Saurononline (135) - Madrid, SPAIN - JAN 4, 2012
Really enjoyable in Wiesn. One of the better tents and the beer goes with it. Grzesiek79 (4276) - Radom, POLAND - NOV 17, 2012
Dobre piwo i chyba najlepsze oktoberfestowe z Monachium jakie zdażyło mi się wypić. Wielka piana na pół kufla. Żólty kolor i aromat słodowy. w Posmaku ciut słodkawym wyróżnia się świeże zboża i trawiaste zapachy. Polecam Kartoffeln (40) - Kansas, USA - APR 22, 2011
Cant beat the best beer in the biggest beer tasting in the world--Oktoberfest. Drank it at the Oktoberfest tent in 2009. SledgeJr (3577) - Omaha, Nebraska, USA - SEP 27, 2004
Yippeeeeeee! I just had me a HUGE maas o’ Wiesen at the tent tonight. Sure, it was a monday evening, but there were a monstrous number of folks packed in the Augustiner tent tonite. Served by the maas, you just don’t know what hit you. Very yellow, yery rich, too smooth. This might be all Die Wiesen needs to keep things a’goin’. if only the bier machen could get to my table fast enough! aleigator (945) - GERMANY - OCT 10, 2016
Pours a golden colored beer, with a big, fluffy white head.
Smells of young straw, wet grass, a hint of dried wheat, accompanied by toffee and white bread dough. Pretty fulfilling on the nose, due to a herbal hop crispness which blends perfectly into the rustic, bright foundation of the beer.
Has a lively carbonation, while the beer manages to produce a crisp, entertaining flavor profile, showcasing a light, refreshing body.
Tastes of straw right from the beginning, together with wet grass, forest leaves and an effervescent, lively peak. Turns a tad thinner after the swallow, showcasing a stony mineral quality, white bread dough, rich wheat and a hint of toffee. Finishes sweeter, with more toffee on the tongue, balanced by a nice, late noble hop dryness.
Perfect example of this style. I could not stop taking big gulps of this since it is truly refreshing while providing a bright, enjoyable taste of wheat and straw, rounded out by a great hop crispness.
darkseduction (741) - Zweibrücken, GERMANY - SEP 29, 2008
Bottle 50cl. Pours a clear pale brew with white stable and dense head. Average carbonisation. Light elegant malty body, hops decent in the background. Harmonic impression, intense malty aftertaste, satisfying hop dryness. Overall a masterpiece for the genre. gogaterz (20) - Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 9, 2009
I’ve had many of these over the years at the Oktoberfest in Munich. It’s my favorite of the beers at the festival. A very nice light golden color with a nice yeasty aroma. A good white head and a smooth, almost sweet (not in a malty way) flavor which is unlike most beers I prefer (bitter). The aftertaste is pleasant and makes me long for more every time. hredwolf (28) - RUSSIA - MAY 13, 2013
Had three different versions - from wooden barrels at Oktoberfest, from ked and from bottle. It’s obvious that best one is from wooden barrels - it’s like helles but more intense. Some years ago it had too much alcohol and was not easy to drink. Usko (171) - Bavaria, GERMANY - SEP 24, 2013
From the oak barrel at Oktoberfest. Golden color, compact white head. Malt everywhere, easy to drink. Perfect! BlackHaddock (7232) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - APR 25, 2012
Brown 500ml bottle, very close to its best before date (end of Jan 2010, drank mid Jan 2010). Poured twice into a ’La Chouffe’ stemmed tulip glass.
Mid gold/pilsner yellow in colour, paler than the draught version if my memory serves me correctly. Same white head sat on top though.
Slightly sweet malt aroma, otherwise very little smell comes from the beer.
Very easy to drink with a good marzen fel and taste to it, not rich, but heavy and deep in its flavours.
I must admit the fresh draught version in a litre stein at the Munich O’fest is a whole lot better, but you can’t review while drinking at the O’fest can you?