Located south of Munich rather than within the city limits, Brauerei Aying doesn’t qualify for inclusion in Oktoberfest — hence the space between the words “Oktober” and “Fest” on the label. But that doesn’t mean this beer is any less authentic than a traditional festbier. 
 Rich gold in color with a generous collar of cream-colored foam, the sweetish, faintly mineral maltiness of this lager is in ample evidence on the first sniff, while the second ...

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