Douppelbock means “double bock”. These lagers are characterized by a higher alcohol content, which can traditionally be as high as 10% ABV and sometimes higher. Along with the additional alcohol comes a fuller body and a more pronounced warming quality.
The Doppelbock style was inspired by a strong bock beer brewed by monks in Munich for consumption during the Lent. They called this strong lager Salvator and started selling it to the public during the 1700s. The name “Salvator” was trademarked by Paulaner brewery when new owners took over the original recipe from the monks. As a tribute to this popular brew, many breweries choose names ending in –ator for their Doppelbocks. That is why we choose the name “CELEBRATOR” for our double bock beer.
MALT: Pale, Munich, chocolate, caramel, black
HOPS: Hallertauer, Hersbrucker, Perle