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  1. Rob anderson
    June 7, 2023 @ 5:07 pm

    I second Spencer! Go away Jerry!
    I started drinking Shiner Bock in SA at “19” (1986). I have lived in Europe/Germany and it is a US bock that is one of the best beers made in the US, imho.
    I now live in Coeur d Alene and shiner is finally in the NW. As long as they keep out of AB hands and stay indi, I’ll keep drinking it, my pledge to Shiner, Texas and my fat beer belly…


  2. danny a
    April 8, 2022 @ 2:42 pm

    Your description of Shiner is 100% spot on. My friend turned me on to this beer many years ago. I used to drink Dundee Honey Brown, very similar style and Coors Banquet but now I’m a Shiner guy. Much more flavorful than the big names and priced about the same.. I really appreciate the low ABV and slight sweetness. Highly recommend it to anyone wanting a tasty beer. I have known since I’ve been drinking it that it is NOT a bock beer but most people never call it Shiner Bock just Shiner. Also has a great history of the brewery on the website. Cheers!!!
    p.s. apparently the other reviewer missed spelling class and has had too many bocks as this is not Europe or a European beer?


  3. jerry norton
    February 12, 2022 @ 12:10 am

    I’m disgusted with Shiner and a Stoltz Brewery for trying to pass off their Shiner Bock as a dark beer much less trying to group it in with the bock classification. LITTLE wonder they’re too ashamed to admit the ABV anyway on the packaging. I’ve spent the last of money on this FRAUD counterfeit piss. In Europe words have specific meaning and shiner doesn’t qualify as meeting that standard and shouldn’t be allowed to use the name bock.


    • Spencer
      March 16, 2023 @ 6:49 pm

      Jesus Jenny chill, it tastes good and is close enough.


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