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RATINGS: 115   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.02/5   SEASONAL: Winter   EST. CALORIES: 180   ABV: 6%
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A previous Hacker-Pschorr beer to carry the name Superior was a 7.0% Bock.

Bereits der feine Duft nach würzigem Malz macht Appetit auf dieses Bier. Im Antrunk zunächst blumig-hopfig, zeigt sich nach und nach der unverwechselbar kernige Geschmack. Ein vollmundiger, körperreicher Genuss, für den nicht zuletzt die hohe Stammwürze sorgt. Unser Superior – ein festliches Bier von verlockender Süffigkeit.
Für unser Festbier werden nur feinste Malze verarbeitet. Bei der verwendeten Hopfensorte „Tradition“ wird bereits der Name zur Verpflichtung.

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3.9
Ritzn (1380) - GERMANY - FEB 3, 2016
Almost yellow, slightly more amber and big whita foamy head. First some light hoppy citrus aromas then in the finish some darker malty notes of dried fruits like figs. Surprisingly long aftertaste. Very good märzen.

3.3
Chopper925 (562) - Gross Gerau, GERMANY - JAN 15, 2016
Bottle. Clear golden color, small white head. Honey, malty caramel nose. Sweet taste, decent bitter. Light caramel, grassy aftertaste, a bit astringent. Medium mouthfeel, low carbonation.

3.5
malrubius (2898) - Springfield, Vermont, USA - JAN 9, 2016
Bottle. Golden with nice head and lace. Mild grassy honey aroma. Medium honey cereal sweetness with mild grassy noble finish leaving some grassy cereal in the mouth. Medium light body, minerally clear. Pretty good. But not a marzen. Closer to a helles IMHO.

2.7
ciocanelu (2532) - Timisoara, ROMANIA - JAN 4, 2016
Aroma has sweet malts, grains, bread crust and a bit of alcohol. Taste starts slightly sweet and malty but gets bitter on the finish. The hops are generic and give a harsh bitterness on the finish and linger in the aftertaste. Medium body and carbonation. Not a style I enjoy too much.

3.2
peponi (1864) - Hannover, GERMANY - DEC 19, 2015
Aroma: malty, herbal, green apple. Apperance: clear golden color and nice white head. Taste: medium herbal bitterness, green apple, malty, semi-sweet, wet socks. Palate: medium body and medium carbonation. Overall: Decent marzen, quite drinkable.

2.9
gorkogrlo (353) - Zagreb, CROATIA - DEC 5, 2015
Bottle. At around 5°C. Pours somekind of light amber color with small-medium white head. Aroma of grass, toast and grains. Flavor is also some kind of grainy with solid german hop punch. Light-medium body. Bitter finish. Overall : ok. Hop profile is nice, but it would be nicer if here is some more malt complexity.

2.7
SinH4 (4796) - Garching b. München, GERMANY - NOV 16, 2015
Clear golden color with white head that goes down quickly. Aroma is some grassy hops, straw, sweet pale malts, caramelish-honey malts as well. Taste is mostly the same. Feels full enough and it has quite some malt character in there. Drinkable, but not sure if Oktoberfest is right...

3
kto (1313) - SWITZERLAND - NOV 10, 2015
pours a clear pale golden with a medium white head and some lacing. aroma of grains, bread, some grassy hops. flavour of grains, bready malts, honey, medium bitter finish (hop extract?).

4
drmet (965) - Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, GERMANY - OCT 23, 2015
This is H-Ps winter Märzen L: -pours a clear golden-amber with a medium,foamy,white head -medium to high carbonation visible S: -cinnamon,vanilla,candied fruits,sweet grain,orange T: -licorish,brown bread,candied fruits,orange,caramel,slightly roasty -substantial hop bitterniss F: -medium to high carbonation -light to medium body -slight alcohol warmth O: Really nice Märzen

3.3
BlackHaddock (7346) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - JUN 11, 2015
11th June 2015: 500ml Flip-top bottle into a Wolnzacher Brauhaus ’Hopfenperle’ glass tankard at home. I figured a fest beer would want a proper glass to be drank out of, and one from it’s home city at that! Good looking brew, golden, clear and bright, the snowy white head as clean as the beers body. The aroma was a honey on brown bread sort of affair with more malts in the background. Taste was malt first and foremost, semi-sweet and again with honey notes coming through. Fairly dry with the finish getting drier. Bread notes also within the flavours: a very pleasant beer overall.


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