Weizenbock (South German Style Weizenbock)
English Pronunciation: veye-tssen-bock
An ale comparable to the barley-based regular Bockbier (which is a lager). A Weizenbock is the strong version of an unfiltered Weissbier or Hefeweizen (wheat beer). It is usually made with 60 to 70% wheat malt. More or less opaque in appearance, they are fermented with a special yeast that gives the brew a slightly spicy, clove-like flavor.
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