What’s Brewing Bergseth Bros.

Weekly Online Newsletter Vol.200

As the leaves change, so does the beer selections in the aisle and tap handles. It’s a good thing. Not only do seasonal brews offer new flavors from your regular beers, they also ensure you’re getting the freshest beer possible. So crack open one, or a few, of our favorite fall beers.

Today, I am going to showcase two of our seasonal fall offerings from Bell’s Brewery; Octoberfest and Best Brown Ale. Both of these beers are reminiscent of the traditional fall foliage colors – deep ruby to brown, golden hues and with some red tones. The beers taste does not disappoint either with a malty/toasty back bone, yet sessionable, lending a nice transition before winter beers hit the market.

CHEERS!

What’s Brewing Bergseth Bros.

Online Weekly Newsletter Vol. 199

CHEERS!

What’s Brewing Bergseth Bros.

Weekly Online Newsletter Vol.198

Since 1860, August Schell Brewing Company has been perfecting German Craft Beers. Their Oktoberfest is a shining example of their perfection!

OKTOBERFEST

BEER STYLE: Marzen, Oktoberfest

ALCOHOL BY VOLUME: 5.8%

CHARACTERISTICS: Brewed with the perfect balance of Pale, Munich, and Cara Pils malt with Liberty and Perle hops to create a rich, smooth taste.

With its bright copper-orange color, it is quite symbolic of the autumnal shift of the season.  A slightly higher strength, and warm malt body make it the perfect companion for the crisp fall weather in Minnesota.  The use of Munich and Vienna malts give the beer its toasty malt backbone, and melanoidin-rich flavor and aroma.  It has a soft malt sweetness, pleasant mouthfeel and a slight spiciness.  Hop character is subdued, as the malt takes center stage with this beer.

Another new exciting sampler pack from August Schell Brewing Company – Harvest Brews Seasonal Sampler

CHEERS!

What’s Brewing Bergseth Bros

Weekly Newsletter Vol.197

It’s hard to think about but cool fall weather is just around the corner. I look forward to Bison tailgating and NFL Sunday’s with a Märzen style beer more than the weather.  As the leaves turn amber to copper color so does the beer in my glass. This color of beer is reminiscent of traditional styles of Okotberfest Beer or Märzen style.

We have several brands of Oktoberfest beers to choose from, traditional Paulaner Marzen to the number one selling Craft Beer Oktoberfest in the world, Samuel Adams. I’ve attached a list below that contains the multitude of Oktoberfest & Pumpkin beers that we have available this fall.

Below is a description of this style of beer courtesy of Beeradvocate.com

Märzen / Oktoberfest

Description:
Before refrigeration, it was nearly impossible to brew beer in the summer due to the hot weather and bacterial infections. Brewing ended with the coming of spring, and began again in the fall. Most were brewed in March (Märzen). These brews were kept in cold storage over the spring and summer months, or brewed at a higher gravity, so they’d keep. Märzenbier is full-bodied, rich, toasty, typically dark copper in color with a medium to high alcohol content.

The common Munich Oktoberfest beer served at Wies’n (the location at which Munich celebrates its Oktoberfest) contains roughly 5.0-6.0% alcohol by volume, is dark/copper in color, has a mild hop profile and is typically labeled as a Bavarian Märzenbier in style.

Average alcohol by volume (abv) range: 4.0-7.0%  

Below is our 2019 offerings of Oktoberfest & Pumpkin Beers

What’s Brewing Bergseth Bros.

Weekly Online Newsletter Vol.196

PROST!