While we here at Oktoberfesthaus.com and Bierboothaus.com have got you covered for all your Oktoberfest party needs — beer boots, beer steins, and Oktoberfest party decorations — it ain’t an Oktoberfest party without some delicious suds. And unfortunately we’re unable to deliver a cold one in the mail to fill up your glassware. For that, you have to get off the couch and head to your local watering hole or liquor store. In order to get you up to speed on the delicious seasonal Oktoberfest beers making the rounds this (and every) year, we’ve found some websites doing reviews and summarizing your options. Check them out and impress your drinking buddies over the next month or two when it’s time to throw a few back.
Jeremy at Epic Portions will be tasting Oktoberfest beers over the coming weeks. He gets us started with a Leinenkugel review.
The folks at Beer Advocate seem to have reviewed just about every Oktoberfest beer on the market. You probably won’t find most of the beers detailed on this site when you head to the bar, but that means if you do find it, these advocates for beer probably have given it a swirl.
Columbia, South Carolina’s Free Times takes a look at a sampling of well known Oktoberfest beers.
Or do your own review and let us know what you think, so we can share your feedback with our readers. And make sure to send us any pictures you have of you preparing for Oktoberfest, drinking at your Oktoberfest party, or dancing up a storm in Munich.