• Hacker-Pschorr Oktoberfest (Germany)

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    Brilliant amber color with a fine beaded/laced head. The nose is filled with distinctive toffee-like malt flavors accented by toasted nuts, fresh bread, and subtle hop notes. The palate echoes the nose delivering a silky, malt-driven core with supporting notes of caramel, roasted nuts, subtle nutmeg accents, and vibrant but well proportioned hops. Full-bodied while crisp and somewhat dry on the finish. 4 Stars

  • Ayinger Brauweisse (Germany)

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    Pale golden color, hazy; with a big rocky white head. Classical yeasty aromas showcase clove and banana with the vibrant wheat malt. The palate echoes the nose delivering a creamy moutfeel filled with sweet grain and malt notes with accents of tropical fruit and exotic spices. Medium-bodied, classically proportioned, with perfect balance. 5 Stars

  • Ayinger Maibock (Germany)

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    Brilliant golden hue; pours with a white frothy head. The nose is alluringly complex with rich scents of roasted malt, ripe fruit, rising bread dough, and vibrant spices with a hint of bittering hops. The palate is very lush, with sweet malt foiled by sweet spices and a perfectly judged bitter hop bite on the finish. Full-bodied, with ideal balance and a silky texture. 5 Stars

  • Ayinger Weizen-Bock (Germany)

    Deep, golden color with a dense haze and generous white head that lasts for the entire Beer. The nose reveals classic hefe-weizen notes with a dense fruit and spice driven core, fresh baked bread, and accents of tropical fruit. The palate echoes the nose delivering richness with ideal balance, vibrancy, and length. Notes of citrus, clove, ginger, and toasted grain mingle seamlessly. Spectacular. 5 Stars

  • Pinkus Jubilate (Germany)

    Brilliant copper to amber color. The nose is filled with scents of toasted grains accented with a touch of a floral hop note. The palate comes across as quite light initially but it really grows on you blossoming with each sip. It shows great depth with a richness that is never heavy or imposing. If finishes clean with trailing notes that echo the nose perfectly. 3 Stars

  • Tucher Dunkles Hefeweizen (Germany)

    Chestnut tan head with a subtle haze. Pours with a big, richly laced head. Medium bodied. Mild bitterness. Wonderful aromas feature banana, clove and toasty malt accents. Rich upfront, with frothy carbonation and a toasted malt note that turns drier through the finish where creamy, yeasty flavors come through. Relatively dry. Outstandingly flavorsome and refreshing. 4 Stars

  • Kulmbacher Mönchshof Schwarzbier (Germany)

    The oldest brand produced at Kulmbacher. Schwarzbier simply translates to black beer. A careful examination of the color reveals far more than black exhibiting a deep mahogany that appears to be black when viewed in the glass. This is exactly what a dark lager should be. Aromas of roasted malt with a beautiful - in measure - hop accent. Medium-bodied with an ideal texture being both lush and refreshing. 4 Stars

  • Mahrs Christmas Bock (Germany)

    Deep bronze color with a short head. The aromatics offer classic scents of fresh yeast, early morning bakery style while also floral with a deft accent of hops, caramel, and roasted nuts, The texture is amazingly silky while vibrant showing incredible balance and complexity. The finish trails with a pretty marriage of malt and hops with a complimenting note of cocoa nibs. Wonderful. 4 Stars

  • Ayinger Weizen-Bock (Germany)

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    Deep, golden color with a dense haze and generous white head that lasts for the entire Beer. The nose reveals classic hefe-weizen notes with a dense fruit and spice driven core, fresh baked bread, and accents of tropical fruit. The palate echoes the nose delivering richness with ideal balance, vibrancy, and length. Notes of citrus, clove, ginger, and toasted grain mingle seamlessly. This is a big Beer but it is also perfectly balanced and amazingly refreshing considering its weight. 5 Stars

  • Ayinger Jahrhundert-Bier (Germany)

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    Bright, brilliant pale golden hue. Aromas show a lovely, bready sweet malt character with faint honey and earth tones. The malt flavors follow through with waves of rich, sweet malt that is kept vibrant with a dose of acidity and well-proportioned hop bitterness. Wonderfully rich while never being heavy inviting sip after sip with perfect balance. 5 Stars

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