In the 14th century, beer trade was significant for the city of Einbeck, with 700 master brewers. By 1616, there were 742 citizen brew houses in Einbeck. The oldest available receipt for the sale of 2 tons of Einbecker beer to the city of Celle is dated April 28, 1378.
In 1612, Einbecker master brewer was lured to Munich in order to brew the famous “Ainpöckische Bier” there. The name of the beer changed to the Bavarian accent and was called “Oanpock” and later “Bockbier” (bock beer) in this region: One could say that the city of Einbeck gave Bockbier its name. “Ain’t no Bock Beer without Einbeck!”
Winter Bock »The Winter Treat«
Dark in character, full-bodied with a taste of malt. Selected malts, the finest
hops and a special beer yeast provide a true winter treat. With 18.2%, Einbecker Winter-Bock has the highest original wort of all Einbecker beers.
| ABV: 7.5% | Bottle: 24 x 330ml | Keg: 30l |