Hacker Pschorr Oktoberfest Märzen - 500 ml

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At the time of the first Oktoberfest, the Bavarian brewing regulations from 1539 stipulated that brewing was only allowed between “Michaeli” on September 29th and “Georg” on April 23rd. Boiling caused a fire hazard in summer, which is why brewing was forbidden at this time of the year. In addition, bottom-fermented beer needs a temperature of 4-6 degrees Celsius for fermentation. Of course, nobody wanted to do without beer in the summer, so brewing was done in advance - the origin of the so-called "Märzen". The Märzenbier was brewed a little stronger as the last beer of the year, so that it could be sold during the summer.

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Pack of 500 ml

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Water, BARLEY MALT, hops
n.a.
Contains gluten (barley)

Store in dark and dry place

Germany