Wolf Pils is a chewy, malty Pils more in the Czech style.
Wolf Urtyp Dunkel is one of the best dark beers I've had in Germany, with a dry hoppy palate that has a chewiness which is hard to describe.
The Senftenberger Felsenkeller is reached via a great half-circuit that takes in current and former breweries along the way.
Hübner Lagerbier is a low carbonation, balanced session beer with a clean, slightly bitter finish.
Hönig's Postillon Weiße is a refreshing classic Wießbier, perfect for a post-hike Bierkeller visit.
The Hallerndorfer-Keller Express is a great way to reach Bierkeller Nirvana but hiking in is even better and you can escape with the bus when you're ready.
Löwenbräu was once a renowned Kellerbier but has lost some of its complexity and perhaps due to a wider distribution, quality may vary. That said, at their Keller it remains a serviceable Kellerbier that goes well with food.
St. Georgen-Bräu is a renowned regional brewery and their Kellerbier is their flagship. It may have lost a notch or two of complexity over the years but it´s nonetheless a tasty on the hoppy side Kellerbier.
Forchheim is an often overlooked gem in Fronconia, the northern part of Bavaria. With a slew of half-timbered buildings, it's full of old-old charm.
Först Lagerbier is a great soft malty session beer with just enough dryness to make it moreish.