Is there any time of year that Germans don't celebrate with beer? A Bavarian lager brewed with a small amount of beechwood-smoked barley (we smoke the malt ourselves), Oktoberfest Lager has a distinctive fall flavour that welcomes this sensational season. Belonging to the "marzen" or "rauchbier" style of beer, these brews were originally crafted in springtime and stored, or "lagered", until autumn for optimum enjoyment. Prosit!
Brewed in the tradition of the smoked ales of Bamberg (Germany), this amber ale has delicate malty and smoky aromas. It is full-bodied, malty and slightly sweet to the taste, and t...
Hops bitterness with a fine creamy head; a tingly, smooth taste.
Deep smoky flavor which is balanced by a blend of malts that provide hints of caramel & toffee sweetness.