Weilmachts-Bock??

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Bulls Beers

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I was in Germany recently and I might have had this beer. The beer was from a brewery called Kreuzberg. I was at a beergarten and they were serving this beer that was very good. It was in a ceramic mug so I couldn't tell tell color. I went on there website and they have only a few different beers. The two that I haven't had before was a dunkel and Weilmachts-Bock. I didn't like it at first, but It grew on me. I want some more, but don't know if anybody here in the states makes this style. Any ideas?
 

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Thats Weihnacts-Bock. Translation: Christmas Bock. I'm sure its just a special seasonal recipe for a bock.

EDIT: From germanbeerinstitute.com:

Weihnachtsbock
"Christmas Bock," a Bockbier, usually made from dark malts, brewed for the Christmas season.
 
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