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Oktoberfest / Marzen All Grain Recipe

Oktoberfest / Marzen All Grain Recipe

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Oktoberfest / Marzen All Grain Recipe

The first Oktoberfest took place in 1810, to celebrate the wedding of the Bavarian Prince Ludwig to Princess Therese. The people of Munich were invited to celebrate, and ever since Octoberfest has been a hit! This Octoberfest is a rich amber / mahogany in color. Vienna and Munich Malts add a nice depth and complexity. With notes of light toasted malt, along with toffee and caramel. The flavor is malt forward with a toasted aspect, and just enough hop character to balance.

Yield : 5 Gallons
Original Gravity : 1.064
Final Gravity : 1.018
Color / SRM : Copper
Alcohol by Volume : 6.00%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate) : 34

Specialty Grains : Vienna, CaraMunich
Hops : Northern Brewer, Hersbrucker

Recipe Includes : Base Malt Grain, Specialty Grains & Hops
5 Stars
So far so good
I just brewed this about a week ago, and everything went well. Grains were crushed well and smelled fresh even after having them stored for about a month. The hops were fresh as well. I ended up using Wyeast 2112 to account for my lack of low-temp fermentation ability. Smells great in the fermenter, and I am excited to keg it when the time comes!
Reviewed by:  on 8/10/2017
5 Stars
Tasty beer
Love this beer! Great malt/hop balance. Used White Labs yeast, hit my FG no problem. Bottled some, kegged other (2.5 gal) and it is really delicious. Friends and family love it too.
Reviewed by:  on 8/29/2015
5 Stars
Great brew!
Tried this one with WY 2565 as I didn't want to tie up my small fridge for a true lager ferment. Kept it at around 60F with a Cool Brewing bag and ice bottles. Let it rise to 70F after 2 weeks and kegged at 5 weeks. Beer was very yeasty smelling at first but that dropped out after a week. Tastes clean and true to the AIH description now. Love this beer!
Reviewed by:  on 12/13/2014

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