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RATINGS: 219   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.92/5   SEASONAL: Autumn   EST. CALORIES: 163   ABV: 5.45%
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1.7
Palidor19 (3193) - Brandon, Florida, USA - SEP 30, 2012
their is not any outstanding flavor that makes this unique toward the marzen style. the matls are too weak its palate is thin and has a taste of vegetable and corn. not worth the time .

3
unclemike (3170) - Junction City Kansas, Kansas, USA - SEP 11, 2013
Very sweet and malty nose. Dark orange appearance is very attractive. Malty caramel/munich malt. They nailed it with this one. True to form and tasty and with the cooler nights I know Oktoberfest is coming soon

2.8
keepersj12 (3137) - Sicklerville, New Jersey, USA - SEP 1, 2012
Decent for the style which I admit is not my favorite. This pours amber with a small head. The aroma is bread, malt, grain, molasses and a bit of caramel. The flavor has the same with just a touch of hops for balance.

3.8
lithy (2996) - Capital of Appalachia, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 2, 2011
Making this one official with the 10th rating. A nice caramel orange color. Off white foam, everything seems to be in order. The aroma is nicely toasted malts, some caramels, a bit of grassiness, still nice. The taste is a bready malt, slight sweetness, a nice drying hop bite with a bit of toasty malt mixed in. I don’t know if it was the pipe of Ashton Consumate Gentleman with it, but this beer hit the spot. I would like to see this in bottles but I slightly hesitate on that because I remember the draft Bock being better than the bottled Bock released the next year.

2.7
MadRobin (2988) - Silver Spring, Maryland, USA - SEP 14, 2013
On tap 4 oz. taste at DC Beer Fest at Nationals Park in SE Washington, DC. Clear, medium-dark amber-copper with a small off-white head and sparse lacing. Aroma of mild grain, bread and caramel. Taste of grain, bread, mild herbal hops, herbs and spice. Medium/light body and medium/high carbonation. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3
Block (2950) - Indianapolis, Indiana, USA - SEP 16, 2011
Amber-orange pour with an off white head. Aroma is of caramel, pale malts and some spice. Pretty mild with a light amount of spice coming through the tame caramel flavor. Not bad.

2.8
DCLawyer (2908) - Falls Church, Virginia, USA - NOV 29, 2013
Bottle->SA. Clear amber with small white head. Roasted malt, bread, earth, grains. Weak example of the style. Thin, but quaffable.

2.9
UDBeernut (2883) - Saint Johns, Florida, USA - SEP 23, 2012
Bottle from coldbrewky. Amber hue with small off white head, little retention. Nose of flowers, biscuit, and corn. Full creamy body compliments lught caramel in the palate. Corn arives on the finish inaddition to the suffecient bitterness. This beer would be amazeballs if they ditched the corn infavor of a pale grain. Come On Yuengling!!!! Say no to corn!!

1.5
MrBunn (2844) - The Wet Side of a Dry Town, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 3, 2012
Umm... Some sort of thanks to Pete... I guess (?) for sharing this during the fantasy football draft. The aroma and the flavor are slightly ok, but mostly not... Especially the flavor. Aromas of malty and light lager... Hard to describe to someone who hasn’t been there. Flavor is pretty Yuengling-y with a little bit neon shrapnel and a little more malt. I would way rather drink a normal Yuengling.

2.4
gripweed57 (2804) - Hamilton Square, New Jersey, USA - SEP 7, 2012
12 ounce bottle. Bright amber orange color with a small off-white head. Light bready, sulphur-like nose. Tangy toasted malt flavor, thin bodied and metallic. Bitter hops dominate the mid-taste. Brief dry finish. Not a very good effort.


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