dnstone (4034) - Kansas City, Missouri, USA - FEB 23, 2018
Pours a golden color with white head. Malty sweet aroma. Malt forward, fruity character. A nice, different Oktoberfest bier.
Notes: Bottle from Cosentinos, '17 Rei00 (140) - CHILE - FEB 17, 2018
Una Märzen e color dorado cobrizo y carbonatacion media baja. Aromas a cereales: trigo con notas suaves de miel y cebada. Sabor a cereales muy suave con notas cremosas y frutos secos.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone mariobustamanteh (3) - - FEB 17, 2018 does not count
Refrescante, con notas a trigo típicas de estilo alemán. Una cerveza adecuada para el verano, fresca y de un color dorado que invita a tomarla en noches de primavera y verano
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12 oz bottle poured into pint glass.Silphium (3269) - Traverse City, Michigan, USA - JAN 15, 2018
Damn! Pours a yellow light golden color. Pretty good carbonation. Mostly clear. But that head is amazing. Pint glass wouldn’t hold it all, so I waited and the tight, thick white head just held on. When it finally did go down a bit, the second head was more thin and bubbly and just sort of floated on top of the other head. So this has two heads, I am stunned by this!
Aroma is doughy, light honey. Light lemon. Light grassy hops. Smells great.
Taste is lightly sweet. Honey and light lemon peel. Light malts. Light grass. Bread crust. Light pepper, or is it some sort of hops?
Mouthfeel is medium bodied. Dry, crisp. Lightly spicy. Finishes clean.
Overall, this is excellent. I really like this one. I would buy it again, and would recommend it. In fact this one is so good, it should be a year ‘round offering.
Bottle. Deep gold body, thin off-white head. Grassy, biscuity nose with hints of light fruit. Strong biscuity, cerealy character, light sweetness, firm but moderate bitterness, and nothing heavy or syrupy. A nice well-balanced, relatively dry Oktoberfest sharply contrasting with many of the heavier American versions.
BlackHaddock (8095) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - JAN 1, 2018
12 oz bottle into a La Chouffe stemmed tulip on 31st Dec 2017 during a long and hard New Years Eve tasting session with myself at my daughters in California. Amber/orange body, weak white crown. Malty start and finish to this O'fest beer, light bitterness towards the end of each sip, otherwise it's a semi-sweet brew with a lot more malts than hops in the kettle. ANZUShophunter (727) - Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - DEC 28, 2017
From bottle in dimpled mug. Pours clear, burnt orange with thin white head and malty/bready aroma with a bit of citrus as prelude to the taste: a bit of orange peel bitterness in the finish to balance the malt sweetness. SDalkoholic (2444) - Linda Vista, California, USA - DEC 26, 2017
Bottle from Sprout's: Poured a golden copper hue with a fizzy big bubbled foam cap on top. Aroma is delicate malts that bring about caramel and a whiff of grain. The flavor is semi sweet with a kick of bitterness while a slight aftertaste of rye finishes it up. Certainly a balanced marzen with notable yeast flavoring and high alcohol content. High scores for the collaboration effort. macca147 (833) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - DEC 25, 2017
355ml bottle. Pours a biscuity gold with a white head. Aroma: biscuity malt, caramel, grass and mild citrus notes. Taste: biscuity malt, mild sweetness malt and caramel, mild honey flavours. Medium bodied. Mild sweetness followed by mildly bitter finish. Easy drinking. This was quite good. Sarlacc83 (2471) - Portland, Oregon, USA - DEC 12, 2017
A: Brilliant burnished orange with a substantial white head. Light lacing.
N: Peppercorn, toffee, pine, touch of brown sugar, straw, toasted biscuit, coriander and a touch of molasses. Hops are noble with floral and earthy contributions. Melon and a touch of sweetened apple.
T: Sweet and bitter. There is a lot of bread here and plenty of warm toasty notes.
M: Light body, very dry, crisp carbonation, no alcohol.
O: Really nice Oktoberfest. A bitter bready beer that is easy to drink but has a strong hop bite.