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    Toasts, prosts, and clinking beer steins. It’s Oktoberfest season, aka our favorite time of the year. Can’t get to Munich for the 188th Oktoberfest? Don’t worry! We’re bringing the world’s largest beer festival straight to you. No plane ticket needed here.

    We’re shipping you 12 Oktoberfests, festbiers, and märzens, from timeless traditionals to top-rated ones. All in one Untappd Oktoberfest Beer Box. Get the most out of your prost!


    Foundation Brewing Company | Portland, ME
    Gretel | Oktoberfest/Märzen
    5.5% | 16 oz. can
    Brewed with a blend of Munich and pilsner malts, Gretel balances a rich malt base with a crisp, clean finish.

    Hacker-Pschorr | Munich, Bavaria, Germany
    Oktoberfest | Oktoberfest Märzen
    5.7% | 330 ml bottle
    Hacker-Pschorr Original Oktoberfest makes any celebration authentic! Since 1417, Hacker-Pschorr has been a leader among Munich’s famed breweries. Over the ensuing 600-plus years, their brew masters have perfected the art of making the most flavorful and consistent bier from the simplest ingredients: water, malt, yeast, and hops. Original Oktoberfest has a nose of blackcurrants and earth, with a malt-driven flavor expertly balanced by Hallertau hops.

    Hofbräu | Munich, Bavaria, Germany
    Oktoberfest | German Style Oktoberfest
    6.3% | 330 ml bottle
    The authentic and original Oktoberfest Bier, Hofbräu, is the actual beer served in our HofbräuTent at the Munich Oktoberfest and exported worldwide! With a rich, golden color, the beer is brewed with a blend of four exquisite Hallertauer hops and three specially selected Bavarian malts. Find an aroma of fresh fruity hops and a rich and full-bodied flavor. This brilliant and authentic lager-style beer offers the true Oktoberfest experience—a beer bringing the world together.

    Human Robot | Philadelphia, PA
    Festbier | Festbier
    5.6% | 16 oz. can
    Festbier is brewed with German pilsner malt, a touch of Munich, and Hersbrucker hops. After an intense double-decoction mash, the beer is fermented slowly and cold. A cracker-like aroma, clean, honey-like sweetness, and just enough hops to balance it all out.

    Jack's Abby Craft Lagers | Framingham, MA
    Fest of Both Worlds | Festbier Lager
    6.0% | 16 oz. can
    This project aimed to brew a beer that honored historical brewing methods while infusing it with modern innovations to create a delicious fest beer. The Research Center Weihenstephan BLQ of the Technical University of Munich shared the TUM 34/70 yeast strain with Jack’s Abby as part of this collaboration. This yeast is famously known as the original Bavarian lager strain, bringing true brewing heritage to this beer. Jack’s Abby also employed a decoction mashing technique and lagered the beer in horizontal tanks furthering the traditional brewing methods for this beer. To bring some modern innovation, Jack’s Abby Brewing used some modern hopping methods and some atypical hops—Sterling and Adeena. These hops, along with pilsner and Munich malts, create an assertive hop profile on a balanced malt backbone. The beer is easy to drink with subtle herbal and spicy notes.

    Kings County Brewers Collective (KCBC) | Brooklyn, NY
    Zøktoberfest | Märzen
    5.4% | 16 oz. can
    Smooth, bready malt character with a clean earthy bitterness and a hint of toffee, Zøktoberfest finishes crisp and moderately dry. Smooth, crushable, and brewed with 100% German malt and hops, Zøktoberfest is worthy of your best lederhosen and finest stein.

    Live Oak Brewing Company | Austin, TX
    Oaktoberfest | Munich-Style Festbier
    5.8% | 12 oz. can
    Our Oaktoberfest is decoction-mashed, honoring Bavarian tradition using the finest German malts. Noble hops balance this rich malty fullness with a subtle, smooth hop character—a fall classic. O’zapft Is!

    Paulaner Brewery | Munich, Bavaria, Germany
    Oktoberfest | Oktoberfest Märzen
    5.8% | 330 ml bottle
    This amber bier style was developed over 200 years ago to celebrate the original Munich Oktoberfest. The Märzen name originates from “March bier” because it was historically brewed in March to be available for its peak flavor by the Oktoberfest celebration. This full-bodied bier, with its rich malt flavor and dark toffee notes, has an underlying fruitiness and masterful hop balance. It will instantly turn your home into an Oktoberfest celebration. Prost!

    Schilling Beer Co. | Littleton, NH
    Konstantin | Austrian-style Märzen
    5.0% | 16 oz. can
    Konstantin is our Austrian-style Märzen—a subtle variation on the commonly known “Oktoberfest lager.” Rich on the palate with waves of caramel and bready, toasted cereal notes, this decocted, light-ruby colored lager is primed for early fall festivals. Brewed by Schilling exclusively during this season, and in limited quantities, this character-rich European-inspired delicacy has a slightly drier finish than most German-style Märzens.

    Spaten-Franziskaner-Bräu | Munich, Bavaria, Germany
    Oktoberfest | UR-Märzen
    5.9% | 330 ml bottle
    Spaten Oktoberfest is a medium-bodied ur-märzen with aromatic roasted malt flavor and deep amber color. First served at the 1872 Oktoberfest, making it the world's first Oktoberfest beer, Spaten Oktoberfest is used for the ceremonial keg tapping by the Mayor of Munich to kick off the Oktoberfest festival.

    von Trapp Brewing | Stowe, VT
    Festbier | Hoppy Festbier
    5.8% | 16 oz. can
    This collaboration with Narragansett Brewing Company of Providence, Rhode Island, is the next offering in the Stowe Style series: a highly aromatic, hop-forward take on the traditional festbier. Inspired by the lighter style of lager served on the grounds of Munich's annual Oktoberfest celebration, this single-decocted pale lager is brewed with pilsner malt and loaded with bright, floral noble hops in the whirlpool.

    Wayfinder Beer | Portland, OR
    Freiheit! | Festbier
    5.7% | 16 oz. can
    Golden, smooth, malty Oktoberfest Wiesn-style lager, Freiheit! is traditionally brewed with a step mash, hopped with Perle and Tettnanger, and matured achingly cold. Freiheit! means “freedom” in German and references Münchner Freiheit, the area of Münich where the Allies freed the German people of Nazi rule.

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