From their site:
An amber lager crafted with a blend of ﬁve specialty malts and the ﬁnest Bavarian hops. Rich, robust malt character and a long lingering ﬁnish. Reminiscent of beers produced by Munich’s breweries for annual Oktoberfest celebrations.
From my notes:
This is a beautiful dark amber colored beer with a nice amount of head. Feels light in the mouth with medium carbonation. Smells malty with a hint of fruit. Has a nice roasted (not burnt) mellow malt taste, with flavors of nut, spice, and caramel. Has a slightly bitter aftertaste, doesn’t linger.
A perfectly good Märzen great to have around Oktoberfest. Märzen is the official beer of Oktoberfest and this is a fine example of it. Nothing shouts out that this is an amazing beer, but you wouldn’t have nay problems knocking back a couple of glasses. Sudwerk’s is my town’s local microbrewery so you might have a hard time getting a hold of this beer. There is now a Sudwerk’s in Fulsom, CA for those located in southern California. I don’t think this is a beer worth seeking out but if you see it on the shelves it’s worth picking up a six-pack.
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