Baird Beer Seasonal Release: Kellerbock
Dear Taproom Friend & Baird Beer Enthusiast:
There is enough diversity inherent in the flavor of beer for a brewer to be able, theoretically, to brew and release a different and distinctive beer every day of the year. Beer truly is the gift that never stops giving. Today’s beer gift is Baird Kellerbock.
New Baird Beer Seasonal Release:
*Baird Kellerbock (6.5%):
Bock is a strong, malt-centric lager of German origin. Bock beers have historically been associated with special occasions — religious festivals and whatnot. They also enjoy a long history of being brewed and consumed by Bavarian monks as a source of nutrition during times of fasting.
Baird Kellerbock is an unfiltered and secondarily fermented version of this old German style. It is chestnut-brown in color, richly luxuriant in texture, and hugely malty in flavor. It is a beautiful beer to imbibe in this season of dropping temperatures and shortening days.
Baird Kellerbock is available for immediate release in kegs only (no bottles). It begins pouring from the taps of our Taproom pubs tonight (Thursday, September 12).
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