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The titles of many craft beers are imaginative constructs, sophisticated puns, breakneck tongue twisters, magical fairy tales or cheeky provocations. Some reveal details about the beer behind it, others leave us completely in the dark. We’re fans of mysterious, funny, exotic, mystical or clever names, but we also appreciate the unfussy simplicity that some brewers choose.
The Munich Brew Mafia has a wide repertoire of different names for their creations, but for their latest work they simply let beer be beer and named the brew after what it actually is. Her buck Komma Hell is, as you can easily guess, a light buck. No more, no less. The beer is flavored with the fine hop varieties Bru-1, Mosaic and Hallertauer Tradition and brings a pleasant 6.6% to the table. The full-bodied brew scores with beautiful mildness, a delicate bitterness and sparkling charm. The taste is made up of juicy citrus notes, creamy blossom honey and freshly baked biscuit base and delivers a tasty composition with fruity, malty and hoppy hints.
If you fancy a down-to-earth bock beer with an honest character and unpretentious attitude, then Bock Komma Hell is the right choice.
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