Independent London-based craft brewery Anspach & Hobday have announced the launch of their brand-new Oktoberfest can range to beer fan’s Oktoberfest thirst.
The Anspach & Hobday Oktoberfest cans are available to the public from TODAY (16th September) and can be ordered via their web shop.
There are four different Oktoberfest beers being launched that pay tribute to some classic German beer styles. These include The Festival Lager, The Gose, The Rauchbier and The Hefeweizen. All cans are 440ml as standard.
Our final #Oktoberfest brew is being packaged today! These Bavarian beauts are available on the web shop now and will be dispatched tomorrow ? Get your order in before 5pm tomorrow to guarantee them for the weekend ? https://t.co/XuBzInZKU8 pic.twitter.com/UixtGz3VpL
— Anspach & Hobday Brewery (@AnspachHobday) September 15, 2020
The cans are available as a four-pack, twelve-pack or full case of 24 with a mixed option or a singular style available on the web store.
“‘Gemütlichkeit’ is what is sung at every Oktoberfest. It’s a word that means geniality, friendship and warmth – it sums up the very best of what beer culture is all about.
We are in times where we could all do with a little bit more Gemütlichkeit and I hope our beers will raise a smile.”
– Jack Hobday, Chairman and Co-Founder (Anspach & Hobday)
Oktoberfest started in 1810 in Munich, Germany, and is now the world’s largest beer festival. Originally the festival celebrated the marriage of King Ludwig and Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen. Now the festival runs through September and October and has become a celebration of beer and bavarian culture all over the world, not just in Munich.
“Oktoberfest presents us with a unique opportunity to take a deep dive into a brewing heritage that has inspired us since day one.
German beers all share a number of common traits; precision, cleanliness, balance and drinkability – these are qualities we strive for in every beer we make, and our Oktoberfest beers bring them into sharp focus.”
– Paul Anspach, Head of Production and Co-Founder (Anspach & Hobday)
Anspach & Hobday have been influenced by Germany and their beers since founders Paul and Jack started homebrewing in 2012. The German dedication to accuracy, process and heritage evident in classic breweries such as Schlenkerla and Augustiner provide a great source of inspiration to the brewery, the beers we make and how we make them.