These are my tasting notes from Brauereigasthof Schneider. The beers correspond with the beers in the banner above, in the same order:
Infanterist Deifl-bottle-a Rotbier in a krug so no visuals-fruity hoppy nose and palate. Top fermented from a 200 year old recipe.Long dry bittersweet finish. Bitterness 2.5/sweetness 3
Hefeweizen-lemony honeycomb with massive head and banana clove nose. Tart and refreshing with classic banana clove interplay. Clean finish. Sweetness 3/bitterness 2.5
Märzen-bottle-in krug so no visuals but protruding rocky head and slight malty nose. Rich malty palate which invites another sip but nicely hopped, making for a long semi-dry bittersweet finish. Bitterness 2.5/sweetness 3
Josefibock-bottle-7%-almost black with a rocky tan head with lace work and licorice in the nose. Rich malty palate with dried fruit and some licorice. Roast and hop bitterness both come into play for a long dry bittersweet finish. Excellent even after the Asam Bock. Bitterness 3.5/sweetness 3
Dunkles-mahogany with an off white head and a chocolate nose. Rich malty palate with dark chocolate snd slight roast. Underlying hops make for a long dry bittersweet finish. Bitterness 3/sweetness 3.5
Helles-unfiltered golden with a huge rocky head and citrusy hop nose. Refreshing citrusy palate with a clean dry slightly bitter finish. Bitterness 3/sweetness 3.
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