Oktoberfest is the most widely known and celebrated German holiday. This 16-day festival begins in late September or early October and has been held in Munich, Bavaria, every year since 1810. It was originally a festival in celebration of the marriage of King Ludwig I to Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen, and all of the citizens of the city were invited. The event was such a success, it was held again the following year, and it was eventually made an annual holiday.
Autumn has always been known as harvest season, and all of the fresh vegetables and grains have created the additional bonus of fall seasonal beers. This began in Germany hundreds of years ago, and it was marked with a celebration we have all come to know as Oktoberfest. Today, microbreweries across the country have developed their own takes on what a fall seasonal beer should be, and we have put together a list of the top 25 beers that will be available in 2015.