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91 • Penn Brewery Oktoberfest Beer.
Bright amber color. Toasted cheese pastry, mild baked citrus and honey aromas follow through on a soft, silky entry to a dryish light-to-medium body with soft integration of flavors and light toast and citrusy hop fade. A dry, crisp and refreshing marzen. (tasted on Oct-24-2008)
90 • Hacker-Pschorr Brauerei Original Oktoberfest.
Rich copper color. Vibrant caramelized nut and toasted pumpernickel nut bread aromas follow through on a rich, supple entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body with layers of praline, fig, and orange soufflé notes. Finishes with a smooth, even, earthy hop fade. A delicious and balanced Octoberfest designed to provide refreshment for the long haul and lots of pub grub. (tasted on Oct-24-2008)
88 • Baltika Brewery Baltika #4 Original Dark.
Deep reddish copper color with a taupe mousse. Haystack, fennel, melted brown sugar, and dark roasted almond aromas follow through on a vigorously froth and round entry to a fruity sweet medium-to-full body with candied apricot and honeyed cinnamon raisin toast notes. Finishes with a caramelized orange, maple sugar, and woodsy nutshell fade. A confected, chewy lager; try with Korean BBQ. (tasted on Oct-24-2008)
86 • Michelob Brewing Co. Michelob Marzen.
Amber color with a blanket of mousse. Mild aromas of orange rind, nut, and chocolate croissant follow through on a smooth, silky entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium body with velvety carbonation and excellent integration of flavors. Finishes with a crisp, slightly fruity candied grapefruit peel, mossy hop, hard bread crust, and dried peach fade. A tasty and easy drinking marzen that is sure to please the crowd. (tasted on Oct-24-2008)
84 • Upland Brewing Oktoberfest Bavarian-Style Lager.
Medium amber color with a slight haze. Orange soufflé, wheat grass, and peppery spice aromas follow through on a rich, lightly prickly entry to a chewy, dryish medium-full body with caramel fudge, clay, and wet grain note. Finishes with a clanging wave of pine needle, grapefruit rind and pepper dust. A potent, almost imperial version of the style. (tasted on Oct-09-2008)


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