mickmac (486) - Ngunnawal, AUSTRALIA - JAN 18, 2010
Bottle. Average white head over a brilliantly clear golden body. Spicey floral aroma, with a hint of applejuide like sweetness. A spicey-buttery taste, finishing with a touch of malt sweetness. Light bodied JanEric (1239) - Meppel, NETHERLANDS - JAN 14, 2010
Golden blond, small head, lots of carbonation. Hoppy aroma, also grain and barley. It’s mediumbodied, slightly hoppy, a bit hoppy and a bit sweeter than a pilsner. Normal finish, NIce beer but not so special to me. zvikar (6198) - Ramat Gan, ISRAEL - JAN 4, 2010
1L can, comes inside 1L stein, pours golden highly carbonated with a huge white soapy head, aroma of malt, grain and brown sugar, sweet flavors of malt, caramel, corn, brown sugar and some herby notes, medium bodied, quite quafable. ttutony (922) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 13, 2009
Light and easy to drink. Slight amount of hoppiness, light malt flavors. Good festival beer. DruncanVeasey (8239) - NUNEATON, Warwickshire, ENGLAND - NOV 27, 2009
Bottle from Arden Wines. Fizzing gold under a high white bloom. But it is in a Schneider Weisse trumpet. Sweetcorn relish, aspirin and mown grass aroma; blossomy hop and Munich biscuit once the head has gone. Papery and slick with a sprinkle of sherbet. Noble hops like pencil shavings, lemon curd on cardboard, breadstick dipped in honey. Disturbing Disprin-like aftertaste. Hops coniferous but industrial, malts bready but unassertive. Drab and efficient. Sorry.
Nisse666 (7519) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - NOV 21, 2009
Flaska 8 grader
D: jäst/bröd... some en weissbier
U: houngsgul, nästan inget skum
S: jäst/bröd, citrus, sirap, fyllig och god
ES: lång skön eftersmak
floydian1 (1468) - FNQ, Australia, - NOV 17, 2009
This is currently available in Australia as the "Oktoberfest Bier to go" with a 1 litre can inside a branded Stein glass. It pours clear bright golden with a substantial foamy white head that lasts for several minutes. The nose is grainy malts with sweetcorn and subtle grassy/citrus hops. Flavours are similar with a light-medium body and thin mouthfeel with low carbonation providing very easy sessionability (ie. the whole point of this beer). It is a good easy drinking beer but surely over-rated because of the "good times" associated with the consumption of it. At a well hidden 6%ABV, I can see why there are so many headaches in Munich every October! ricke (476) - Malme, SWEDEN - NOV 12, 2009
Yellow, completely clear, with a rather big white head. Good head retention and nice lacings.
Light malts, white bread and a fresh mild herbal hop note in the nose.
The taste is rather sweet with malts and toast up front. Light but fresh grassy and herbal hop notes. The finish has some bitterness to it, a a quick hop flare and some malts. Clean and refreshing with decent flavors.
Moderate to light body, quite a lot of carbonation.
A decent beer.
Serving type: bottle
(Copy of old Beer Advocate review) rakkasan (142) - Bresso, ITALY - NOV 10, 2009
bottle- pours a faint amber color, lighter than the other oktoberfest beers I’ve drank, it seemed a bit spent, nice white head though. The aroma was very promising very creamy and malty with light fruity tones. Unfortunately the taste doesn’t do the aroma justice, quite bland and slightly metallic, in my opinion lacks the maltiness of the other brews. I’ll stick to the Augustiner or Spaten tent..... BeerChaser0078 (909) - Melbourne, AUSTRALIA - NOV 2, 2009
Bottle. Pours clear, pale gold with a bubbly white head that quickly shrinks to a ring around the top. Light aroma is grainy and grassy with hints of caramel and herbs. Flavour is also light and very similar to the aroma: malt and some grassy, herbal hoppiness stand out with subtle citrus and caramel also. Fairly light bodied with a lingering bittersweet finish. Pretty good marzen.