Our Festbier is a traditional German lager with a malty backbone and light hoppiness. This full-bodied, amber-colored beer features a bready aroma and slight malty sweetness in the classic Marzen style, served in 1/2 liter steins... Read More
The Kaiser once said, “Give me a woman who loves beer and I will conquer the world.” If the Kaiser and his significant other had tipped this bottle, we’d all be “sprechenden Deutsch!” We took all... Read More
Crafted as a flavorful session beer, Bell's Octoberfest Beer is perfect for a week-long wedding celebration in Germany or the start of the Michigan autumn. As with Bell's Lager Beer, Octoberfest spends a full six weeks... Read More
When Crown Prince Ludwig Of Bavaria Wanted To Celebrate His Wedding Engagement In 1810, He Did What Any Good Bavarian Prince Would - He Threw A Beer Festival. Both The Festival and The Special Beer Served There Became Known As... Read More
This one is really a perfect fall lager, brewed with a double decoction of German Pilsner and Munich malts, hopped with delicious bags of Hallertau Select hops, and fermented slow and cold with our lager yeast. It pours a rich... Read More
This Traditional M?rzen Boasts All The Flavors One Wants In A Rich Oktoberfest Lager Without The Heavy Finish. The Use Of Munich Malt Provides Upfront Biscuity and Honey Flavors That Fade Into A Dry Finish.
A modern German Oktoberfest or festbier, Hofbrau Oktoberfestbier is the very same beer served to thousands under the tents of Munich’s famous extravaganza. Lighter in color and body than a traditional marzen, this golden... Read More
Our Oaktoberfest is decoction-mashed honoring Bavarian tradition using the finest German malts. Noble hops balance this rich malty fullness with a subtle smooth hop character. A fall classic. O’zapft Is!
A Malt-Forward German Lager Brewed For The Fall Festival Season. Only The Finest German Malt and Hops Are Used To Produce A Sessionable Yet Flavorful Lager That Will Make You Think You Are Standing On A Table Dressed In Lederhosen... Read More
Named for Crown Prince Ludwig, the original honoree of the first Oktoberfest celebrations. Bavarian Prince is a Märzen-style Oktoberfest Lager, brewed in the German tradition. This amber lager is malty, biscuity and toasty... Read More
Ever Since 1818 We Have Brewed Our Bottom-Fermented Oktoberfest Bier During Oktoberfest - Germany?S Favourite Oktoberfest Beer and A True Institution In Munich. The Glass Is Full Of October Sunshine, Strong and Golden. The Perfect... Read More
An amber beer style that was developed over 200 years ago to celebrate the original Oktoberfest. The Märzen name comes from “March beer” because it was historically brewed in March to be at peak flavor for the... Read More