Ezelenbok is a robust and strongly hopped Bockbier. The primal-Bock is the origin of this beer. Lovers of the German Einbecker Ur-Bock found closer to home a similar tasting fermented bock, with secondary fermentation in bottle and keg. Ezelenbok also serves as the basis for SNAB IJsbok. Through a freezing process is Ezelenbok alcohol percentage increased from 7.5% to 9% to obtain the IJsbok.
- Commodities: Water, Munich-, Caramunich-, Pils- and Chocolate Malt, Hallertau-Hersbrucker hopkorrels above and yeast.
- Aroma fragrance: Malt, caramel, slightly hoppy.
- Main links: Malt, hoppy, bitter.
- Mouth Feeling: Full.
- Aftertaste: Bitter malty, alcohol warming.
- Fermentation: Top fermentation, not pasteurized and secondary fermentation in the bottle.
- Alc. 7,5% Vol. / Extract: 16,9° Plato
- Color: ~90 EBC. / Bitterness: ~32 EBU.