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Thursday, October 07, 2010

More Märzens

Wahoo! More Märzens are here. Today's Oktoberfest selection comes from Squatters. This is the second year this Märzen has been available. It was originally brewed as Squatters' 20th Annibrewsary beer last year and was a big hit.

It pours a warm orange brown color with a firm, creamy white head. The nose is full of clean toasty malts with a bit of subtle nutty character. The taste starts with lots of crisp, smokey malts, biscuit tones and a good citrusy hop twang. Vanilla, orange peel and a spices lingering towards the finish. The bitter hops meld with a slight malt smokiness into the after taste. Very well balanced and highly drinkable with an ABV of 5.5%. This is a great example of what Oktoberfest biers are all about.

Squatters Oktoberfest is available in 18oz bottles for $4 to go, or $7.50 in the restaurant. At Park City and the Downtown SLC Squatters locations.

Also Squatters is having an Oktoberfest beginning Friday the 8th & continuing on Saturday the 9th from 5:30 to 11pm? The Märzen Oktoberfest will be available and of course, German food! $20 will get you in for food, an Oktoberfest Stein, & a beer. $10 for just food or for just the Stein & a beer.

And if Märzens don't float-yer-boat Squatters also has a Cocoa Porter on it's seasonal tap. I haven't had it yet, but just thinking about it makes my mouth water.



Carlos said...

Marzen is one of my favorite styles. I love this time of year.

kent said...

Totally agree Carlos.

Embarrassingly I went to Squatters last week and tried to convince the server that the Marzen was already out for sale. I apologized profusely when she returned to the table.

Anonymous said...

I still think Ayinger's is the best, but I'll be trying the local ones too.

Anonymous said...

Same bottle as redrocks elephant ....hmm

kent said...

If anyone's over at the bayou tonight (Friday) come find me and I'll buy you a beer.

Mikey said...

Well Kent, I found you... Where's my f'n beer?!