Weiher is a great brewery with both traditional and craft beer offerings. Their Weizenbock may not be a traditional one but the addition of hops is much welcomed and makes for a tasty but easy drinking brew.
While beer hiking in spring and fall might be best, doing it in winter does have its reward.
Maisacher's Dunkler Winterbock is a classic Southern Bavarian Dopplebock with a rich malty palate and some chocolate notes.
Hönig's Bockbier is a nice mix of malt and hops with a clean bitter finish.
The first tapping of the Christmas Bock at Zehendner turns out to be an adventure but the beer hike the next day saved the day.
Göller Weizenbock is a fine example of the style with a nice honey banana element to both its aroma and flavor.
Weiher is a great brewery with both traditional and craft beer offerings. Their Bock is a classic Hellerbock with a malty palate and dryish, bittersweet finish.
Brewery: Göller Town: Zeil am Main Style: Dopplebock Color: deep amber Head: massive, rocky Nose: malty, burnt caramel Body: full-bodied, low carbonation Palate: rich malt, slight roastiness, burnt caramel Finish: clean, slightly dry and bittersweet Served: from a bottle bought locally Impression: I wasn't sure what to expect from Göller before going there as it … Continue reading Göller Dunkles Bockbier
Adler-Bräu Stettfelder Hellerbock is a classic example of the style. Rich and malty with ample hopping, making for a dryish finish.
Beer hiking is alive and well in small town Aying, just outside Munich. There's no better way to build up your hunger and thirst than hiking in a winter wonderland.