It’s an exciting bout to kick off the tournament with, as both of these breweries are first-time entrants in Master of Marzen. The kick off of this tournament has been a long time coming, so let’s get rolling.
The third edition of Master and Marzen is bigger and better than ever. With 50+ breweries involved, this tournament is going to be awesome.
It’s that time of year again! The weather is cooling down, leaves are changing color, and Oktoberfest brews are back on shelves. Let’s get Master of Marzen 2021 rolling!
In recent times, Fort Worth TX’s Martin House Brewing has trended regularly with some pretty whacky beer flavors. When I saw this one, I couldn’t help but check it out.
The past year has been a whirlwind for all, but it’s been particularly momentous for the folks at Longtab Brewing. One of San Antonio’s newest breweries, they’ve just hit the one year milestone. I’ve the last year I’ve been lucky enough to try many of their brews and have enjoyed the experience.
44 breweries entered the tournament and only two remain for a chance to be Master of Marzen 2020. This one will be epic, let’s get rolling.
Two amazing brews who almost made the Championship Final. I’m looking forward to seeing which brew can claim 3rd place!