Brewery: Beim Binner
Color: amber, unfiltered
Head: white, thinning
Body: soft, low carbonation
Palate: dry, fruity, fairly hoppy
Finish: long, dry, bitter
Served: from the tank at the brewery
Impression: This was yet another surprisingly good Zoigl in Windischeschenbach. It looked and smelled great off the bat and the dry fruity palate is exactly what I like about Zoigl. There was good hopping and the finish was long, dry and bitter.
Care for another Zoigl?
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I'm an American living in Munich. Why? Well, I came for the beer but stayed for the girl. I'm very happily married to a German woman. Of course, the bonus of great beer certainly doesn't hurt. An avid love of hiking and finding new beers has led me to found beerwanderers, an information resource on beer hiking trails in Franconia with an emphasis on Franconian food specialties and the endless variety of amazing beer the region is renowned for. I also just published my first book Beer Hiking Bavaria which features 50 beer hikes in Bavaria. View all posts by beerwanderers