One of the drawbacks of living in a small Montana town is the lack of micro brews sold in he stores; however I was fortunate do discover Bayern Oktoberfest in Albertsons a week ago.
The Oktoberfest has a nice flavor to it. It’s not too sweet. Not only is it a good beer to try, but also it is brewed to the standards of the Brewers’ Guild of Munich.
Bio from Bayern Brewing Inc. website:
Bayern Oktoberfest is the classic Bavarian Dark Märzen: not too sweet yet malty with a nice hop flavor. This beer is brewed with Pilsener, Munich and German Dunkel malt. The hops for this special brew come straight from the Hallertau region in northern Bavaria and the finishing hops are Saaz from the Czech Republic. Bayern’s fastest selling seasonal specialty beer, this beer is not just called Oktoberfest, it is Oktoberfest beer. It is brewed according to the standards of the Brewers’ Guild of Munich, which was established in 1815 when they brewed this beer for the first time to celebrate the royal wedding of King Ludwig I and Princess Maria Theresia.