Originally Posted by manco171
Once you taste an Oktoberfest that you really love, no other beer will do. Some other beer may satisfy but you won't hear the quoir singing and angels rejoicing. I've seen so many variations of "oktoberfest" recipe that you may have to experiment till you get it right, for you. That'll be part of the fun.
When I got the right recipe"for me", and got all-grain procedure in order, thats when the quoir sang and the angels rejoiced
That post is so true. My holy grail Oktoberfest is Avery brewing's "The Kaiser". That beer is so good I would be happy with just getting close with my version.
Drinking Oaked Wee heavy, The Kaiser clone, Graff, , Sour Cranberry Ale
Carbing/Aging Westy 12 (2013),
In the bucket Chocolate stout, Westy 12 (new world)
On Deck Pumpkin Ale 2014, FBS clone, Port oaked amber, Old Rasputin Clone, 15% RIS