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Style - Märzen
Märzen
Country
Germany
United Kingdom
Brewery
Cold Town
Klosterbrauerei Andechs
Private Landbrauerei Schönram
Rothaus
St. Georgenbräu
Schönramer Gold
Germany Beer
Private Landbrauerei Schönram
5.7% ABV
500 ml
Schönramer Gold
£3.27
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Rothaus Marzen
Germany Beer
Rothaus
5.1% ABV
500 ml
Rothaus Marzen
£2.95
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Cold Town Festbier
United Kingdom Beer
Cold Town
5.2% ABV
330ml
Cold Town Festbier
£1.72
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Andechs Spezial Hell
Germany Beer
Klosterbrauerei Andechs
5.9% ABV
500 ml
Andechs Spezial Hell
£3.45
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St. Georgenbrau  Marzen
Germany Beer
St. Georgenbräu
5.6% ABV
500 ml
St. Georgenbrau Marzen
£3.04
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The Märzen is an amber-orange to deep reddish-copper colored malty German amber lager with a clean, rich, toasty and bready malt flavor, restrained bitterness, and a dry finish. The overall malt impression is soft, elegant, and complex, with a rich aftertaste that is never cloying or heavy. Most American versions of Oktoberfest Bier are generally based on this style, and most will recognize this beer as Oktoberfest. Not as strong and rich as a Dunkles Bock. More malt depth and richness than an Oktoberfest bier, with a heavier body and slightly less hops. Less hoppy and equally malty as a Czech Amber Lager. The traditional Oktoberfest Bier, often simply called Festier, is yellow to deep gold color, less intense and less richly toasted than a Märzen but with a richer body than a Helles, with more hop flavor and higher alcohol. Less rich in malt intensity than a Maibock. The malt complexity is similar to a Czech Pilsener, although without the associated hops.