Fort George – The Meadow 6% ABV
Golden Lager with a subtle hop bouquet designed to be consumed in a tiny tankard.

pFriem – Festbier 5.5% ABV
Authentic Oktoberfestbier can only be brewed within the city limits of Munich, but that didn’t stop our brewers from crafting pFriem Festbier with aromas of fresh bread, notes of toffee and a rich, refreshing finish.

Occidental – Festbier 6.3% ABV
Our Festbier is a rich yet quaffable lager in the old tradition of Oktoberfest beers. German noble hops provide a delicate hop character to pair with a firm malt profile featuring Munich and Vienna malts.

Allegory Brewing – Nachbarschaft 6.5% ABV
Non-traditional Oktoberfest collaboration with Heater Allen – an IPA with all German ingredients

North Jetty – JettyFest 5.5% ABV
Marzen-style beer made with the very best grains that Germany has to offer: Dark Munich malt, Pilsen malt and a touch of Vienna provide the luscious backbone to easy drinking pint of liquid bread. Hallertau Mittelfrueh hops give just enough bite so that this beer is not too sweet and not too bitter.

Andechs – Spezial Hell Festbier 5.9% ABV
Its clear gleaming look and firm, fine pored head goes hand in hand with its fresh and pure aroma. Malty nuances are the first impressions. Spezial Hell is pleasantly tangy with a full, round malt body that cannot fail to fascinate. The soft flavour carries a distinctive balance of sweet accents and bitter hoppiness. It concludes on equally soft malty nuances

Aecht Schlenkerla – Rauchbier Märzen 5.4% ABV
Unpasteurized and made entirely from smoked malt. The brew is mashed by double decoction, hopped once, bottom fermented, and matured seven weeks.

Buoy Beer – FEST Bier 6.4% ABV
Full-bodied lager brewed with Vienna, Dark Munich, and Pilsner Malts with rich flavors and aromas of toasty bread and biscuits. Saaz hops balance the brew with hop bitterness and spice.

Holy Mountain – Cathedral  5.2% ABV
Cathedral is an extremely refreshing Kölsch-style ale brewed with German Pilsner, wheat malt, and hopped with Hallertau Blanc & Nelson Sauvin.