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Top Five Oktoberfest Beers

Updated on June 22, 2011

Top Five Oktoberfest Beers

It’s a little too early to talk about Oktoberfest, especially when Christmas and Hanukah is just around the corner. However, have you ever thought, as you chug down every other mug of beer given to you, what are the best beers among all others? Beer has a lot of variations, differing from flavor, balance, and even effect.

1. Ayinger Oktoberfest

There is no doubt that Ayinger is the best beer on Oktoberfest and one of the best beers in the world. It has a deep golden color with a hint of amber. It has a light sweetness with a malty nose balanced with floral hops. It is the perfect beer thirst quencher and its sizes and alcohol is not as overwhelming as other string beers.

2. Lefthand Marzen Oktoberfest

Hailing from Logmont, Colorado, Lefthand Marzen has one of the most beautifully designed bottles in beers. It has a crisp taste with a sweet sensation on the tongue, followed by a slight hop zing in for an aftertaste. It’s copper-bronze color is mouthwatering and attractive. It is stronger and healthier than most beers.

3. Hacker Pschorr Oktoberfest

Its bittersweet taste is perfect for anyone who is looking for something different. Its color is a light brown-bronze with a good white head. It has a nutty taste to it with a hint of caramel. With a full body, creamy texture, you can’t go wrong with its top-notch quality.

4. Stoudt’s Oktoberfest

Though not the most unique among its peers, Stoudt’s Oktoberfest hails to the top with its traditional Oktoberfest feel and flavor. It has a faint copper color with a light brown head. The malt is lightly sweet, which compliments the grassy hop taste. It is smooth and very good to session. It is the recommended beer for first time drinkers.

5. Beck’s Oktoberfest

Beck’s Oktoberfest is very straightforward. It has a sweet flavor with a mild, bitter aftertaste. It has a clear, amber-ish color with fresh roasted notes and a smooth malty feel. Its simplicity is what makes it so good. It has that distinct German taste with minimal lacing and all flavor.

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