RATINGS: 132   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.17/5   SEASONAL: Series   EST. CALORIES: 255   ABV: 8.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
A bolder, toastier take on an Oktoberfestbier dry-hopped for added complexity

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3.7
unclemike (3197) - Junction City Kansas, Kansas, USA - AUG 29, 2015
clear amber with a small white head. fruity, malty, estery aroma. more fruity than toasty. in typical leinenkugel fashion this beer has a good bit of residual sweetness. the malts are sweet with notes of toast, butter and caramel. fruity, berry-like hop flavors. full body with slightly sticky. sweet and tasty

3
johnnymusky (1004) - Minnesota, USA - AUG 16, 2015
Tasty stuff...sample from dusty..i have been pleased with all of the big eddy brews....

2.2
bnokk (548) - Lee, Massachusetts, USA - JUL 4, 2015
Bottle APPEARANCE ? pours a nice amber, like most US style Oktoberfests. NOSE - Smells like a lager, not much malt to it ? despite it?s color. FLAVOR ? the lightest of malt flavors, otherwise pretty unremarkable.

3.4
ccex (1391) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - APR 16, 2015
12 oz. bottle pours a clear reddish brown with a small off-white head that leaves some lacing. Aroma is full of caramel and toffee malts, brown sugar, bread and some prunes. Taste is too sweet for my tastes, with no hop presence. Body is medium to full with low carbonation and an oily mouthfeel. The ABV makes this one a sipper. Not one of my favorites in the Big Eddy series.

3.1
arminjewell (9728) - East Lansing, Michigan, USA - MAR 7, 2015
Pour out of 12 oz bottle, reddish brown pour with thin off white head, aroma is toast, dough, grain into a bit of caramel, toffee, slight grass. Taste was a mix of grass, hints of earth, slight toasted bread and dough, slight caramel into some grainy notes, finishing boozy, sweet.

3.5
KapitiCritique (379) - Kansas City, Missouri, USA - FEB 17, 2015
Big eddy, uber Octoberfest, leinenkugel, WI brewer, 8.5% alcohol. Excellent colour, contains ver fine precipitate, big head, dissapates slowly, nose is winter fruits and spices, a tad bitter, no sourness evident, caramel malt taste, very nice. 7 out of 10

3.4
patrick767 (4474) - fort wayne, Indiana, USA - JAN 11, 2015
bottle - This dark amber beer has a mild caramel malt aroma with a little alcohol. The flavor is sweet malt with toasted caramel, toffee, and maybe a touch of dark fruit. Dry hopped? I’m not noticing much hops. It’s alright but not as good as a couple of the other Big Eddy releases.

3
madvike (3306) - Middleton, Wisconsin, USA - DEC 22, 2014
Bottle - Pours reddish-brown with a ring of white head. Nose is caramel, boozy astringency, and tons of malt. Lots of sweet bread malt in the taste, with cherry, graham cracker, and toffee. Slick and medium-bodied.

3.6
Beerdedone (3480) - Croydon, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 17, 2014
Bottle. Pours dark amber with a small white head. Aroma was malty sweet with caramel and some fruitiness. Flavor was mainly sweet with caramel, toffee, fruit, toast, sweet grains and some nuttiness.

2.8
tectactoe (3125) - Michigan, USA - DEC 12, 2014
Bottle: Dark amber & copper body, nice clarity with a fine-bubbled, creamy eggshell cap that lasts for a nice amount of time. Aroma is VERY mild. Touch of sweet caramel malts, light toast, perhaps a hint of prune. Kind of hard to pull much from it. Flavor is jam-packed, though. Very robust malty sweetness. Caramel, toffee candies, coated in a light brown sugar rub, A touch of toast, plum, fruity esters, & hints of red licorice. Maybe even almost too sweet, but still very flavorful. A light earthy tone in the finish, but still lingers with mostly Caramalt sweetness. Sticky, heavy body. Decent, though I prefer "lighter" Oktoberfests, I think.


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