Utilizing the Hockhurz Double Decoction Mashing method to mash the grains with helped with the flavor development of this beer. Traditionally brewed in March and served in the last week of September in time for Oktoberfest. This beer holds a name all in its own against the biggest breweries that make great examples of this style of beer.
Tasting Notes: Very quaffable, to the nose it holds a warm malty sweetness with just enough bitterness to balance the malt out. It’s medium bodied with a smooth, rich, yet elegant depth of malt character but not cloying.
Food Pairing Suggestions: Rotisseried Chicken with Oktoberfest beer sauce or Pork Chops brined in Oktoberfest.