FLYING DOG BREWERY READY TO CELEBRATE â€œDOGTOBERFESTâ€
Denverâ€™s Flying Dog Brewery is set to release their Fall seasonal Dogtoberfest. The Denver-based breweryâ€™s third seasonal of the year is a traditional-style Marzen, brewed with 100% imported German ingredients. Dogtoberfestâ€™s grist includes a mix of Light and Dark Munich and Vienna malts. Itâ€™s hopped with German Perle and Hersbrucker hops and is lager fermented.
Flying Dogâ€™s Head Brewer, Matt Brophy says that Dogtoberfest is unique from other Fall seasonals, â€œWe use a blend of five different German malts to give this lager a complex and satisfying malt character. Combined with our proprietary yeast strain, it strikes the perfect balance for the styleâ€.
According to Flying Dogâ€™s Director of Marketing, Neal Stewart, Fall seasonals are especially popular, â€œThere are a lot of great seasonals brands available around this time of year and Dogtoberfest has historically been our most popular seasonal. I think a lot of that has to do with people experimenting with darker, malty beers as the weather starts to cool off again.â€
Dogtoberfest is available throughout September and October in six-packs at your local grocery or liquor store and on draft at bars across the country. Dogtoberfest is part of Flying Dogâ€™s â€œlitter of alesâ€ which currently includes nine brands and three other seasonal selections.
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