Paulaner Oktoberfest & Bayern’s Dragon’s Breath

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Beer: Paulaner Oktoberfest

Appearance: Light
Tastes: malty fruitiness, nutty notes and hint of baked spices,
Body: Light
Alcohol percentage: 5.2 percent

Although it is winter, beers made for Oktoberfest can still be enjoyed all year round.

So when I was offered to go have some a late-breakfast at Das Stein Haus’ I went with the Paulaner Oktoberfest.

The Oktoberfest has a crisp apple-like taste to it but it goes down smooth. It isn’t surprising, since the beer is amber-colored, similar to apple cider. It also leaves a slight dry and bitter aftertaste at the tip of the tongue.

This can be enjoyed by the sip as well as chugged pretty quickly.

For fans who like a little bit more bite to their beer, try eating some food with it. After devouring some pancakes, eggs and sausage, the crisp taste of the beer grew stronger and a little bit drier. However, there was almost no bitter aftertaste.

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Beer: Bayern’s Dragon’s Breath

Appearance: Brown, like a Root Beer Popsicle
Tastes think caramel, male, clove of banana, dark mallet, wheat based, smiled, and smooth
Body: Light
Alcohol Percentage: 6 percent

 The second beer I tried was the Bayern’s Dragon’s Breath. The first taste was mostly smooth with a slight caramel texture and a little bit of bite to it at the end. While there was no immediate aftertaste, there was a slight salty taste after 30 seconds.

This is a kind of beer that is better enjoyed by the sip, rather than drinking it fast. Dragon’s Breath is also a beer that can fill your stomach if you drink it too quick.

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About Al Stover

I graduated from Eastern Washington University with a bachelor's degree in journalism. I currently work as a Staff Reporter for the Cheney Free Press. I have interviewed characters like cage fighters, drag queens and dungeon masters. I like Batman, coffee, MMA and beer.

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