Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Max's German Beer Fest

'Tis the season for beer festivals (upon us soon), and I've only just received this emailed announcement.

In Baltimore, Maryland, Max's TapHouse is planning a companion piece to the pub's very successful February 72 Hours of Belgium Festivals. Max's 1st Annual German Beer Fest will be, however, a German beer festival, held over three days in September: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, the 12th through the 14th.

Munich's Oktoberfest this year, by the way, falls from 20 September through 5 October.

DATE: Sept. 12-14
TIME: Open to close-11am -2am each day
COST: Cash Bar- Sample size , full size , 1 liter steins and 1 Liter Boots.

Max's German fest will feature over 50 Authentic German Beers on draft and over 75 Authentic German Beers in bottles.We will also be serving a German inspired food menu.We will have at least 50 German beers on draft at the start of the day on Friday Sept 12th.

Aecht Schlenkerla Helles
Aecht Schlenkerla Maerzen
Aecht Schlenkerla Urbock
Aecht Schlenkerla Weizen
Allgauer Bueble
Allaguer Teutsch Pils
Ayinger Celebrator
Ayinger Oktoberfest
Bahnhof Berliner Weisse
Bitburger Pils
Einbecker Heller Bock
Einbecker Schwartzbier
Einbecker Ur Bock Dunkel
Erdinger Kristall Weisse
Erdinger Weiss Dark
Franziskaner Hefeweizen
Klosterbrauerie Ettal Dunkel
Klosterbrauerie Ettal Curator
Konings Ludwig Hefeweizen
Kulmbacher EKU PIls
Monschrof Kellerbrau
Reissdorf Kolsch(Gravity Feed)
Schneider Brooklyner Hopfen Weisse
Schneider Weisse
Schnieder Aventinus Weizenbock
Schneider Aventinus Eisbock
Warsteiner Dunkel
Warsteiner Pils
Warsteiner Oktoberfest
Weihenstaphaner Oktoberfest
Weltenburg Barbock Dunkel
Weltenburg Barbock Hell
Weltenburg Hefeweizen Hell
Weltenburg Wintertraum

Plus More to come........

Warsteiner USA is one of the festival's primary sponsors.

[UPDATE 2008.09.14: recap and photos.]

Stay tuned. There are many other September/October festivals to come at many other venues.

[Such as the 6 September DuClaw Real Ale Festival, which I saw mentioned on the Beer in Baltimore blog. Note that this is not the SPBW (
Society for the Preservation of Beer From the Wood) Real Ale Fest, held annually in Baltimore in mid to late October. No details on that one have been posted as of yet.]

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