American Red ales typically have the hop flavor and aroma of an American Pale, with the malt balance of an English Bitter. Don't Call Me Red has the pungent aroma of Simcoe hops and a balanced caramel sweetness to complement the fruity hop flavor and crisp, dry finish.
Back before we had refrigeration to help in the brewing and storing process of beer, there weren’t many summer ales being brewed. Most brewers ended their runs with the onset of spring, and began again in the fall. Most of those being brewed in March, which is where the term Marzen comes from. Marzen/Oktoberfest beer is rich, full-bodied and usually dark copper in color with a mid-high ABV%. The Munich Oktoberfest beer that most of us know and is served at the Munich Oktoberfest is typically 5.0-6.0% ABV with a mild hop profile.