Munich Dunkel

A dark lager with complex malt character that has notes of nuts, toffee, bread toast, and light cocoa. Originally called braunbier, this is the style that helped guide Bavaria toward lager brewing.

Int’l Pale Lager

A light bodied, clean and easy-drinking lager style that was developed largely in response to the popularity of the American Lager style. The distinction between those two beers is very subtle, but if you can imagine a fresher, slightly more flavorful version of Miller or Bud, you’ve got what the brewers are after here.

American Lager

An extremely light-bodied, highly carbonated, clean lager designed to have little malt or hop character that stands out.

American Light Lager

An extremely light-bodied, very highly carbonated, clean lager designed to have little malt or hop character that stands out. This is the six pack you snuck a few beers from when your grandpa wasn’t looking.

Märzen

A malty, amber, moderate-strength German lager with rich toasted notes and a smooth, dry finish that makes this beer both rich and crushable. Märzen is sometimes referred to as “Oktoberfest” in America, but the official beer style of Oktoberfest in Munich is now festbier.