Hip Hops: The back story of Bock does NOT include the yearly use of steel wool
As previously noted at F&D, you can “goat” for broke at the annual NuLu Bock and Wurst Fest, which takes up most of the day on Saturday, March 23. Meanwhile, your beer columnist’s favorite locally-brewed, fundamentally honest, old-school Bock comes from Falls City. Accordingly, brewer Cameron Finnis tells me that he has sent a few kegs of Bock out for distribution, and of course it’s also on tap at the newest location of Parlour Pizza (Falls City’s ex-taproom), adjacent to the brewery at 901 E. Liberty. The following is a lightly edited repeat, and remember: You might dye a Maibock green, but why on earth would you want to?    — Is Bock the G.O.A.T.? This question has been nagging me since Jimmy Carter was in office. All I knew for sure at the time was that Bock beers were dark, and they appeared each year in spring. It was the 1970s, the decade...Read more