AHS Oktoberfest / Marzen (3B) - MINI MASH Homebrew Ingredient Kit

Item Number: BE1-R05709-4

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A malty, full-bodied, spicy amber beer that is similar in style to Paulaner Oktoberfest. This is an award winning recipe.

Specialty malts: Caravienne®, Caramunich®
Featured hops: Hallertau Mittelfruh

O.G. = 1.054
F.G. = 1.015
Approximately 5.1% ABV
Approximately 181 Cal / 12 oz
Makes 5 US gallons

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Customer Reviews

Based on 25 reviews
Sheila Black

We are currently in the lagering stage but all ingredients arrived in excellent condition. The grains were contained in a grain sock and appeared fresh. We had no issue with the yeast. Had a wonderful time making it.

Joseph Mesarick

I must admit this came out better than I expected with myself not having a temperature controlled fermentation chamber. I used US05 yeast and fermented in the high 60's. I kegged the beer, so it was ready to go in about a month. Great head, nice balance, incredibly drinkable. I'm glad I ordered 2 of these. The second batch I will be adding a tad more Munich malt and possibly an extra half ounce of aroma hops, but that is my personal preference. Next time this goes on sale I will be ordering a few more.

Robert B
Very Good Example of Oktoberfest Bier

I brewed the extract with specialty grains version of this beer in July 2015 for an Oktoberfest party in late October 2015. I did the initial fermentation at 50 degrees for two weeks, did a diacetyl rest at room temperature, then lagered at 35 degrees for two months. I used the WL liquid yeast for Oktoberfest. The beer was a hit, though I think I will make a Festbier next year because a traditional Oktoberfest may be too heavy for all my friends who don't appreciate a malty beer.

Old Site Reviewer
Classic Review

OK, time and cold temps helped age this baby. Please strike my last post. This is great beer. One that I'll be doing yearly. -coachG

Old Site Reviewer
Classic Review

This was my first true all-grain (where I lautered properly, boilded all 5 gallons, etc.) as well as my first well-controlled lager. It was absolutely delicious. I must not have extracted anough work (or boiled too vigorously) because my final yield was closer to 4 than 5 gallons. So it was a little sweet, but it was warming, well-hopped, clean, and balanced. I would recommend this recipe to anyone committed to the additional processing called for.

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