Stoudt's Brewing Co. of Adamstown, PA, produces this Oktoberfest style beer.
It pours a dark amber with a thick beige head that becomes lumpy-looking after a bit. It leaves behind a lot of small spiderwebs of lacing that last a long time.
The aroma is yeasty with a touch of alcohol to it.
Flavor is initially mildly hoppy, then gives way to caramel maltiness. There is a hint of leather and perhaps grapefruit to it. Overall, it's a good but not outstanding beer. I would be happy to drink it again.
The Beer Advocate visitors rate it an 82, or "good".
I believe this was purchased at Kenny Road Market but I don't remember for certain.
My rating: 6/10