History Data: As Märzen’s name suggests, historically, they were manufactured in March and stored in cave cellars where the temperature was lower than in the countryside in the summer months. Another version, detects the development of this type of Lager from the brewery of Spaten in 1841, at the same time as the development of Vienna malt.The first versions had to do with dark brown beer and “strong in alcohol”. The German amber version was served for the first time at Oktoberfest in 1841, a tradition that lasted until today as the typical beer of the festival.
Limited Edition - Amber-orange color and almost clear with white, firm, thick foam. Aromas of malt, crispy bread crust with soft roasting notes.
Type: Lager – Märzen / Oktoberfest
Profile: Amber-orange color and almost clear with white, firm, thick foam. Aromas of malt, crispy bread crust with soft roasting notes. Initially, the intense malty character is discernible, which then changes to a light caramel and biscuit sweetness and ends with a mild sense of bitterness with peppery notes. Body and carbonation of moderate intensity, an aftertaste that lasts and invites you to take the next sip.
Recommended serving temperature: 4-6 Degrees
Bottle: 500 ml
Alc: 5,7 % vol
Food pairing: eats such as sausages, pork schnitzel, pork chops, grilled beef, potato salad, potato soup, Bavarian pretzel and sweets such as strudel cheese with cherry and fluffy chocolate biscuits