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Yuengling readies for Oktoberfest with new design

Mary Pickels
Submitted by Yuengling
Yuengling is releasing new Oktoberfest packaging and design this year.

As part of its 190th anniversary celebration, Yuengling is debuting a new design and packaging for its Oktoberfest.

Back with a brand new look, the beer still reflects the brand’s rich German heritage and brewing expertise, according to a release.

The fan favorite sold out before Halloween last year.

Copper in color — appropriate for the season — the medium-bodied beer is a blend of roasted malts and of hops.

According to its manufacturer, it pairs well with Oktoberfest’s hearty food favorites, including sausages, breads and cheeses.

For recipes including Oktoberfest apple pancakes, Oktoberfest turkey dinner and Oktoberfest fondue, visit yuengling.com.

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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