Historically, cold cellars and caves were utilized to preserve the Märzenbier (“March beer”) through the warmer months. After a Märzen was served at the first Oktoberfest in 1810, the style became synonymous with the annual event. Its reign lasted until the 1970s, when a lighter Festbier evolved into a style of its own.
This easy-drinking, cold-fermented lager highlights its European malt bill, lending deep amber color and rich flavor notes of toffee and lightly toasted bread. It finishes clean and well-balanced with just a touch of hop bitterness.
5.4% ABV / Crowler