Tuesday, July 29, 2008

100 Beers in 100 Days - Day 14

Ayinger Oktober Fest-marzen



I immediately knew that I would like this beer because the bottle cap featured a picture of happy people drinking it in a wondrous place where bottles of it grow on trees.



Today Beer Heads we drink the official beer of a place called Aying. Don’t let that fact fool you, we are STILL IN MUNICH. Even though we are outside city limits, we are still in a municipality. This small town barely has a population of 2000 drinking adults, and they probably all work at the brewery here. Thus the reason it’s the towns official beer.

Ayinger Oktober Fest is a rather strange beer, but strange in a good way. It has a thick consistency yet it’s not heavy. It’s got a really smooth taste and a thick head. Iron Chef said the smell reminded her of that "beer in the streets smell" that you get at Oktoberfest Zinzinnati. I liked it and will rate it a 6.5 on the beer scale.

So now go tie one on with all of your good friends at Humor-Blogs.com

1 comment:

Diesel said...

"Beer in the streets"? That doesn't sound so good.

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