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Formerly brewed at Brauerei Beck & Co
Style: Märzen / Oktoberfest Bier
Bremen, Germany
Serve in Dimpled mug, Stein

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RATINGS: 634   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.81/5   SEASONAL: Autumn   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
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This seasonal specialty is brewed in limited quantities. Beck’s brewmasters create the distinctive, malty-sweet, amber-colored brew so people throughout the world can celebrate the season popularly known in Germany as Oktoberfest.

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3.4
Leighton (29221) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - NOV 13, 2009
I found this Oktoberfest above average. From the bottle. Nice amber pour with a medium head. Pleasant aroma of lightly sweet malts and just a hint of hops. Mild flavor and not too complex, but very drinkable. Some nice caramel notes over a malty backbone. Finish is smooth with a sublte malt aftertaste. Not bad for a macro.

3.1
Oakes (25533) - Kelowna, British Columbia, CANADA - OCT 12, 2002
Orangey-amber; caramel nose; some toast, caramel in the palate; slightly syrupy in the finish, with only the vaguest hint of hops; sweetens out right at the end with a toffee note.

2.6
djd07 (22874) - Houston, Texas, USA - JAN 16, 2013
Bottle. Pours a cloudy copper gold with small frothy off white head. The aroma is a raisin malt and toffee. Thin mouthfeel with s sweet honey malt a d raisin. Easy to drink, a decent marzen from Becks.

2.2
imdownthepub (20819) - Banbury, Oxfordshire, ENGLAND - APR 20, 2008
Bottled, 330ml, pasteurised. Orange amber with fizzed head. Dull malty carbonated beer, flatish taste, cardboardy initially. There is a vegetal hop and a malted sweetness with caramel. Poor to average.

2.6
bhensonb (19597) - Woodland, California, USA - JUL 25, 2007
Warm caramel/toffee aroma. Reddish amber color with a white head that just fizzed out completely. Thin to medium bodied with mild carbonation. It is slightly cooked caramel sweet, and there is enough bitter to keep it from being cloying. However, it is all about the malt. The finish, once the sweetness drains away, does impart some bitter. Too bad it didn’t arrive sooner. To me it’s more Newcastle Brown in flavor than anything else I can think of.

3.1
Lubiere (18702) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - DEC 12, 2004
Red copper beer with a light brown head. Light sweet malt aroma. Sweet malt taste with a touch of treacle. Light bodied. (October 2004).

3
Tmoney99 (18525) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - SEP 23, 2006
Bottle. Poured copper color with an average frothy white head that was mostly lasting with fair lacing. Moderate toasted caramel malty aroma. Medium body. Medium sweet flavor with a light bittersweet finish of moderate duration.

2.5
slowrunner77 (18495) - Reno, Nevada, USA - SEP 29, 2014
"for a buck? why not. not nearly as horrid as regular becks. can’t say too much negative about it at all. nearly an average brew. had the right aroma and taste, but was a little lackluster in the delivery."

2.2
Drake (17944) - Appleton, Wisconsin, USA - SEP 19, 2008
12 oz. bottle from Whole Foods Charlottesville. Best before 06.2009. Very red slightly hazy pour with a huge head, moderate retention and poor lacing. Aroma is grass with some cereal notes. Taste is grain with an odd metallic note. Not very good.

2.8
BeerandBlues2 (17879) - Woodland Park, Colorado, USA - SEP 4, 2005
Bottle. Pours nutty mahagony with a small frothy light brown head and spotty lacing. Caramel nutty roasted grain sweet yeast (dough) aroma. Bitter and sour malt caramel acidic start with a mild grain, hay finish. Medium bodied and fizzy, burpy.


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