YOERG BREWING COMPANY: Oktoberfest
September 1st - September 30th
We will be celebrating Oktoberfest for the entire month of September and rotating five authentic German fest beers alongside our Yoerg's Festbier. All kinds of food and beer promos for the month, so stay tuned -
What we will be pouring -
KLOSTER WELTENBURG: Anno 1050 Festbier
Founded in 1050
The oldest Monastery in Germany and the second oldest brewery in the world. A classic Marzen-type beer - sophisticated, elegant, light amber in color, impressive through its subtle recipe and high quality of brewing. A delicious balance of bitter hops and malty sweetness. 5.5% Alcohol.
KLOSTER ANDECHS: Spezial Hell Festbier
Founded in 1160
This famous monastery was founded in 1455 and they produce some of Germany's finest beers. A strong, golden Festbier. Full-bodied & balanced between sweet malt & bitter hops. Available in Draft Only. 5.9% Alcohol.
BRAUEREI DINKELACKER: Oktoberfest Marzen
Founded in 1888
Founded in Stuttgart in 1888, and one of Central Germany's most treasured breweries. Amber in color, pleasant aromas of caramel & honey with good balance of malt & fruit notes. Rich textured palate true to the Märzen tradition. 5.7% Alcohol.
HOFBRAUHAUS FRIESING: Festbier
Founded in 1130
The third oldest brewery in the world. Bishop Albert I of Harthausen brewed beer for the first time on the cathedral hill to Freising in 1160. Aromatic malty, powerful with nicely integrated bitterness. Full-bodied and gently hopped. An absolute powerhouse of a Festbier. 6.1% Alcohol.
BRAUEREI AYINGER: Oktoberfest Marzen
Founded in 1878
Another of Munich's most cherished breweries. Founded in 1878, many consider Ayinger to be Munich's finest brewer. Rich, amber-golden color. Deep, inviting, malty nose and bready, wonderful flavor that's an ode to barley. Medium to big body, with a touch of warming alcohol on the finish. Soft dryness from long maturation. 5.7% Alcohol
YOERG BREWING COMPANY: Festbier
Founded in 1848
Our first festbier is a knockout. A dazzling copper color in the glass, this pours with great clarity and a pillowy tan head, leaving stunning lacing behind with each sip. The aromas are fresh and inviting, reminiscent of a crisp fall day, with notes of fresh-baked bread, roasted malt, peanut shell and a touch of soft caramel. The palate offers more of the same, with additional accents of earthy hops and forest floor. Smooth, clean and creamy on the palate, this is a seasonal treat that should be enjoyed as often as possible.