Top 10 Oktoberfest Beers
This lager from New Mexico’s oldest brewery (founded in 1988) pays tribute to the original Märzens served at Ludwig I’s wedding.
Its use of German ingredients -- Pilsen and Munich malts with Hallertau and Tettnanger hops -- make it a traditional representative of the style. The malts and 100% natural spring water result in a beautifully clear golden-amber color and a mild hop presence allows the semi-sweet bready, malt-forward flavors to dominate. This brew is proof that American brewers are equal to the task of recreating their own versions that can stand up to their German counterparts.