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 : 1.053
Final Gravity : 1.013
Color / SRM : 12.53
Alcohol by Volume : 5.13%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate) : 31.03

Specialty Grains : Vienna, CaraMunich
Hops : HBU Packs, Hersbrucker

Recipe Includes : Base Malt Grain, Specialty Grains & Hops
View The Oktoberfest / Marzen All Grain Recipe Instructions here.

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Andrew
Another friend favorite

This is another seasonal favorite. A keg of this stuff goes empty quick.

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Stephen and Patricia Monson Geerts
Awesome Beer!

Just bought this one again (all-grain) and will be brewing it soon for Octoberfest! Yes, we've brewed this one in the past and it is definitely worth brewing again. With its complex malty flavors and perfect drinkability, this one has become a fall tradition in our home - Cheers!

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Ray Patchet
Tasty Recipe

After doing some research on how to brew an Oktoberfest, I found that this recipe was very close to what I was considering. I love a good Oktoberfest, and this kit made one. Use Wyeast 2124 at ale temp around 62F and raised it to 68F after several days to finish up. Did a cold crash/lager for about a week, fining with gelatin. I bottled using low oxygen technique priming in a keg and filling bottles with a counter-pressure filler. Results were outstanding. Check the Brulosophy website for reducing cold side oxidation and warm lager technique.

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Norman Davis
Great Beer

This beer was the third one I ever made and Oktoberfests are my favorite beer. This beer turned out great, easy to drink and taste amazing. I prefer Adv in Homebrewing over other places for my recipe and ingredients. The instructions are clear to a inexperience brewer like me, much clearer than other place.

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Paul M Peters
Good Marzen

I'm enjoying this beer. I BIAB, so I made my water adjustments. I kind of missed my OG, so the beer wasn't as high on the ABV. None the less, still a great tasting Oktoberfest. I also went with the smack pack yeast. Recommended.

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