Join us for our 8th Annual Oktoberfest at The Tap House!! From Friday, October 12th through Sunday, October 21st, we'll be offering German Inspired Specials and Traditional German Brews on tap with 1L steins available !! Looking forward to an amazing turnout!!
When Crown Prince Ludwig of Bavaria wanted to celebrate his wedding engagement in 1810, he did what any good Bavarian prince would – he threw a beer festival. Both the festival and the special beer served there became known as Oktoberfest. Brewed from the finest German malt and hops, Brooklyn Oktoberfest is true to the original style, full-bodied and malty, with a bready aroma and light, brisk hop bitterness.
Style: Märzen Oktoberfest Lager
Malts: 2-row, Munich I, Munich II, Caramunich, Aromatic, Melanoidin
Hops: Hallertauer Mittelfrueh
Yeast: Our Oktoberfest Lager Yeast
Alcohol by Volume: 5.5%
Original Gravity: 14.5° Plato
Food Pairings: “Sausages, chicken, leather pants, steaks, burgers, soft pretzels, bathrooms without lines, roasted meats, grand toasts, flawless engineering, and alpine cheeses.”
Paulaner Munich Lager
This Original Munich Lager is a true classic with its clear and bright gold sparkling hue, crowned by a pure white head. A beer which always goes down well: mild, elegant malts, with a hint of sweetness and a soft hint of hops in the background. This Munich beer is ideal to accompany spare ribs and spicy dishes.
This beer is credited for being one of the most popular Munich lager. Moreover, our brew masters were among the first to bring Munich lager beer to the Bavarian taps. The recipe for success remains: A perfect balance of malty character and the light bitterness of hops. brisk hop bitterness.
Malts: Pilsner malt (light barley malt)
Hops: Hallertauer Tradition
Alcohol by Volume: 4.9%
Original Wort: 11.5
Food Pairings: “The fine notes of this Original Munich Lager is ideal to accompany classic summer dishes like a fine Italian pasta salad with tomatoes and mozzarella.”
Hacker Pschorr Oktoberfest Marzen
Forbidden as it was to brew in summer, a stronger beer – the Märzen – was brewed earlier in March. It would finally be served at the Oktoberfest, under the “Heaven of Bavaria”. They have returned once again to the age-old recipe and recreated that gloriously smooth, honey-colored piece of history from times gone by. And all is brewed with due reverence to the Bavarian Purity Law of 1516.
Malts: Barley Varieties Marthe, Grace and Catamaran
Hops: Hallertauer Tradition; Hallertauer Herkules
Alcohol by Volume: 5.8%
Food Pairings: “A Bavarian sausage salad and all delicacies that would taste a real Urbayern. Also, Hendl, sausages or a suckling pic fried in Oktoberfest beer.”