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bock (n.)

strong, dark type of German beer, 1856, from German ambock, from Bavarian dialectal pronunciation of Einbecker bier, from Einbeck, Hanover, where it was first brewed; popularly associated with Bock "a goat." Brewed in December and January, drunk in May.

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Definitions of bock from WordNet

bock (n.)
a very strong lager traditionally brewed in the fall and aged through the winter for consumption in the spring;
Synonyms: bock beer
From wordnet.princeton.edu