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Dockside to celebrate Oktoberfest with two new seasonal beers

For Immediate Release
Vancouver, BC

Dockside Restaurant is getting into the Oktoberfest spirit with two seasonal beers brewed in house by brewmaster Craig Ludtke. Both beers are traditional German styles closely associated with the season and celebration.

The first beer is a Märzen or Oktoberfest Lager, a classic Bavarian beer that was traditionally brewed in March (März) and then cellar stored until the end of summer when brewing season resumed. With a rich golden colour and a medium body (5.5% ABV/20 IBU), this beer is highly sessionable and goes well with traditional pork-based Oktoberfest foods.

Wheat beers have come to be associated with summer drinking, but the traditional Dunkelweizen is one of the most popular Fall and Winter German beer styles. The wheat in the grain mix is blended with roasted malts to add a depth of colour and toasted flavour notes to the natural sweetness of a Hefe. Dockside’s Harvest Hefeweizen Dunkelweizen (5.0% ABV/10 IBU) goes well with ham and poultry and is perfectly enjoyable all by itself.

The Märzen and Harvest Hefeweizen are being poured now and will be on tap while quantities last. Visit for more details.


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