Mountain Holidays In Vermont Rich Creamy Bock Lager - Rock Art Brewery
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3.74/5 rDev +2.2%
Poured from the 22 oz,. bomber into a Lawson's snifter.
a: Clear dark ruby/copper with no head, thin surface foam disappeared to almost nothing. No lacing.
s: Slight dark fruit note.
t: Dark fruit/roasty malt combo, at first the net effect was prunelike. Mellowed out later to a mild dark fruity/roastiness. Some evident hop balance. Sweet to dry finish,.
m: Light to moderate. Considerable persistent carbonation tingle on the tongue.
o: A good bock, drinkable and seems pretty true to the style. Unclear what its age might have done for or against it, my guess would be not much,.
04-21-2014 23:04:56 | More by scotorum
3.48/5 rDev -4.9%
From the 2013 batch. Sampled on December 30, 2013.
It pours brown with an off-white head and some bits of sediment found at the bottom of the bottle.
Vanilla and caramel malts are the lead in aromas with a hint of nuts and just a nip of spice. Mile earthy hops. But there is also a kind of goaty ester on the nose that rubbed me the wrong way.
The taste tends to favor the nutty side more than the malty side with a slightly bitter finish.
01-01-2014 17:32:21 | More by puboflyons
3.43/5 rDev -6.3%
The beer is full of nutty vanilla and toffee aromas. It pours a deep cloudy amber color, with minimal head that dissipates quickly. Medium sweetness up front and a lightly bitter finish. It has medium body a thin feel and soft carbonation. It is kind of weird to be drinking a Vermont Christmas beer in Hawaii during February but it paired well with some sharp Vermont Cheddar and definitely hit the spot.
09-17-2013 11:30:34 | More by Adamah_Adonai
Mountain Holidays In Vermont Rich Creamy Bock Lager from Rock Art Brewery
83 out of 100 based on 110 ratings.