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Brewed by Brauerei Aying
Style: Oktoberfest/Märzen
Aying, Germany
Serve in Dimpled mug, Stein

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RATINGS: 1484   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.6/5   SEASONAL: Autumn   EST. CALORIES: 174   ABV: 5.8%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Ayinger Oktober Fest Märzen has a deep golden color tinted with amber. It is lightly sweet with a malty nose balanced with floral hops. Its medium to big body and alcohol is not overpowering. The soft dryness comes from long maturation.

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2.7
Jmichael (640) - Asheville, North Carolina, USA - OCT 29, 2007
pours a clear orange amber. sweet marzen like aroma. initial metallice presence lasting thruought. crisp and fronted. ok

3.5
greenhorn1 (850) - Mission Viejo, California, USA - OCT 28, 2007
Bottle from BottleTrek.com. Orange in color with big head. Slight sweet and floral aroma. Sweet malty flavor with citrus and spice in the background. Medium to light mouthfeel, loads of carbonation, and a somewhat dry finish. One of the better German Oktoberfest.

3.1
dmac (6459) - Toms River, New Jersey, USA - OCT 27, 2007
500 ml bottle purchased at Monaghans. Poured an orange/amber with an initial large white head that settled into a thin layer that remained for most of the beer. Sweet malty aroma which reminded me off a mixture of chewy candy...caramel, toffee, butterscotch, molases. Body was a little to thin and the carbonation could of used some bulking up. Initial fruity flavor that is quickly taken over by a smokey maltiness. I was expecting more from this since it is rated rather high.

3.9
conor23 (111) - Elgin, Illinois, USA - OCT 26, 2007
Crisp fruity aroma, flavor is citrus and floral hops and hint of spice. Some similarity to a weißbier, but definitely an Oktoberfest

4.4
kempicus (343) - Bakewell, Derbyshire, ENGLAND - OCT 21, 2007
Unfiltered straight from an oak cask at an Ayinger pub in Munich (near to the hofbrauhaus) This was the best Oktoberfest beer of our trip which is ironic because Ayinger is not a Munich brewery and therefore is not present at the Oktoberfest. I loved this beer it had a huge mouth feel and really tasted and felt like a real Marzen.

3.9
shrubber85 (11618) - Greenville, Indiana, USA - OCT 19, 2007
Bottle. Sour barley malt aroma. Medium amber with large tan head. Light molasses and barley malt flavor with moderate hops finish. A much bigger flavor than most beers of this style. Excellent.

3.3
redgold07 (308) - Irving, Texas, USA - OCT 17, 2007
Huge, very sparkly/bubbly head... pours a clear dark yellow color. Very malty and floral aroma. Very smooth beer, dry, malty taste. A little bit of citrus. Not my favorite Oktoberfest/Marzen... but a good one nonetheless. 1 pt .9 oz. bottle.

4.2
petzdrgonizbk (24) - Tennessee, USA - OCT 14, 2007
Pours a nice clear amber with a medium white head, and laces nicely down till the end. The aroma was not straight-forward but i did catch glimpses of citrus towards the end. Overall, a very nice beer actually one of my favorites so far.

3.8
Maverick34 (3304) - New York, USA - OCT 11, 2007
Pours a darkish gold w/ medium head. From Tap in NYC - and it was fantastic. Lots of complex flavors plus malts,really a very very interesting marzen. Ayinger just keeps making great beers.

3.8
00cobraR (1103) - Greensboro, North Carolina, USA - OCT 11, 2007
WOW, one of the best marzens i have ever drank. Pours out an orange color with a large white head. aroma is citrusy, spicy, and very malty. Flavor is very much the same. I was overly supprised at this one. I enjoy octoberfest beers, but rarely come across one that tastes as good as this one.


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