Our fall seasonal is
an ode to the
of Germany. This
amber lager is
brewed in true
fashion using the
finest imported German Malt, German Hops and German Yeast.
Incredibly clean and balanced, this lager has a wonderful malty
backbone and a hint of earthy hops. Traditionally released in early
fall, this beer will make you want to stand up and sing "Ein Prosit!"
The Oktoberfest in Munich started in 1810 as a celebration of the
wedding of Crown Prince Ludwig and Princess Therese. The festival
was such a hit that it turned into an annual event celebrated for 16
days from late September to early October. Oktoberfest beer comes
from the Marzen style. These beers were bigger, richer beers
brewed in March and stored in caves during the hot months of
summer. In the fall, they were enjoyed at the Oktoberfest
1 liter growler thanks to Tim, pours caramel with a medium tan head. Aroma is caramel malt, some toffee, very nutty with corn and grassy hops. Flavor is rich caramel malt, creamy grass and hay with a toffee and grass finish that lingers for a bit. The carbonation is spot on, highly drinkable with just enough going on to make it interesting.
On tap at Octoberfest release party. Poured a clear golden amber color with tiny white head. Aroma was biscuits and toasted bread. Taste was malty and bready. Very easy to drink. Pretty good for the style.
On tap at the Hangar 24 Oktoberfest release party...Pours a clear golden orange with a off white head..Aroma is sweet and bready...Flavor starts off sweet and finishes crisp and slightly dry...good carbonation...I would drink this beer all the time if I could!
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