It’s that time of year again. The time when we switch over from delicious wit bier’s and shandys to Oktoberfest and spicy autumn ales. This is the first Oktoberfest of the year, let’s see where it takes us.
Right off the bat, when I poured it out, it had a nice orangey-copper colour with very little head. There wasn’t much of a smell that would distinguish it from any other lager. The first taste was…different. It kinda tasted like Canadian or 50, but better. It had a little extra spice or bite to it. Then came the beer booty. That was nice. A nice mix of sweet malts and spicy whatever it is that they spiced it with.
Mark says it tastes like a Molson Dry, but I’ve never had one, so I can’t confirm. (Stay tuned…another theme night is upon us!) By the end of the glass, my mouth was starting to get a little dry.
This beer is much better than the first Beaus that I had. It’s too bad that it’s hard to find singles. I don’t want to buy 4 500 ml beers if I don’t know if I like them….