Rothaus Märzen Export (Eiszäpfle)

Rothaus Märzen Export (Eiszäpfle)

Rothaus Märzen Export (Eiszäpfle)

I bought a 6-pack of this a few days ago because I couldn’t buy single bottles. I was pretty nervous about the inclusion of “eis” on the label; anytime a beer says “ice” in the States, it means the beer is so awful that it requires cooling to just above freezing temperature to be made drinkable.

I drank this warm.

It. Was. Delicious. Seriously, this is the first beer I really liked more than the original Rothaus Pils. It’s still German; fairly weak flavor and colored like pee. But it was really good.

I do have a question for all you Germans out there: why are beers labeled “export”? We’ve run into a few of them that are called “export”, and I can’t figure out why. They’re not exported. And the translation of “export” is “export”. So I’m unclear what is going on here. Please comment below!

So I’m pretty in favor of this Rothaus brewery. I think I’ve made a friend.

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