Oktoberfest - Lucky Bucket Brewing Co.
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Ratings: 29 | Reviews: 5 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by ZAP:
1.95/5 rDev -44.1%
A-Deep burnt orange color..minimal head..
S-Not much....smells sour and infected...
T-Odd...tart almost... not what I expected....some toasted caramel...not my idea of an ofest flavor...definitely tart on the finish
M-Medium bodied...a bit sourish on the finish..
O-Not impressed....seems slightly infected...not drain pour but by far the worst ofest I have had this year. Maybe the non infected batches are better but unfortunately this one is not very good and I am very disappointed to have purchased a six-pack that is off like this...very rarely does this happen with all the micros I have had....can't find any bottle dating...I'm assuming it is this years version and not one that has been sitting in a warehouse for a year but who knows...then again it doesn't taste "old or stale" ...more infected...slightly but enough to wreck it..
10-19-2012 04:17:08 | More by ZAP
More User Reviews:
3.35/5 rDev -4%
The last guy probably got a bad bottle. So take it for what it worth. This was a decent, not solid, but decent brew. . All I can say is this beer is not outstanding, but I wouldn't turn down drinking 2 or 3 of them wth a buddy if he had a six pack. Not bad but not good. Definitely one to try if you got it.
01-01-2013 10:57:32 | More by MtnBiker
3.18/5 rDev -8.9%
A: Dark, reddish amber hue with a huge bubbly, foamy head; lacing is not there and this is a pretty murky looking lager
S: Grainy and somewhat herbaly and sour; musty and metallic; something smells a bit strange here; and there is way too much malt for an Oktoberfest--at least it smells that way
T: Yep, it's really malty and grainy; something medicinal on the finish; some burnt malts, toffee as well in the finish that make it somewhat pleasant
F: Pretty thin--even for a lager
O: A pretty average Oktoberfest; not bad and refreshing but subdued, simple, and too malty
03-08-2013 02:58:55 | More by dbossman
3.55/5 rDev +1.7%
Aroma - Toasty malt, but not caramel. Very clean aroma.
Appearance - Nice orange color. Completely clear. Off white head that dissipated to only a ring around the edge of the glass.
Taste - Brief malt sweetness. Somewhat toasty, but again, no caramel. Little to no hop flavor or bitterness. Balanced toward malt but still dry. Very clean.
Mouth Feel - Medium body. Creamy. Clean and dry finish. Good carbonation.
Overall Impression - Good beer with a somewhat complex malt character. Very clean beer. A solid Oktoberfest. Definitely drinkable, but nothing to rave about.
10-01-2009 18:38:04 | More by Hullabaloo2
4.03/5 rDev +15.5%
Just released in the Omaha market this past week in bottle form.
Appearance is spot-on for an O-Fest, deep burnt-orange to light copper.
The label says they used German malts, and it shows. Wonderful, bready malt elegance that typifies the style in both aroma and taste. Hops are here strictly for balance, and are also noble in origin.
The taste is all malt, with a slight burnt candy finish from what I suspect is CaraMunich malt. Very pleasant to drink, and a cut above their regular offerings.
At 5.5% ABV, you can have a liter or two. In fact, if I were at a Fest, I just might stay with this one the whole night. Good job, guys.
08-12-2012 20:20:30 | More by Yotus
Oktoberfest from Lucky Bucket Brewing Co.
80 out of 100 based on 29 ratings.