Penning Hetzelsdorfer Märzen is true Märzen from the small countryside brewery whose Vollbier is legendary. This Märzen has a gorgeous amber hue and rich malty palate with hints of burnt caramel. The moreish finish is semi-dry and semi-bitter and makes this 5.5% brew dangerously drinkable.
Brauerie Mager Märzen is lighter than is typical for the style but if you like them on the hoppier side, this one could be for you.
Grasser Weizenbock is high octane wheat treat with hints of apricot and yeast in both the nose and palate. At 8%, it's dangerously drinkable.
Beer Hiking Bavaria is a great guide which details 50 hikes in Bavaria which pass by or end at some of Bavaria's best breweries. Hopf is a Weißbier specialty brewery and this hike takes you by a gorgeous mountain lake too.
Penning Hetzelsdorfer Maibock is a May treat from the small countryside brewery whose Vollbier is legendary. This Bock has a gorgeous amber hue and rich malty palate with hints of caramel. The lingering bittersweet finish makes it moreish at 6.5%.
Hütten Fichtelhopfinger is a thirst quenching brew with a floral hop nose and semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Hönicka Bräu Wunsiedler Doppelbock is mahogany beauty with dried fruit in the nose and palate and a fairly dry finish for 7.4%.
Krug-Bräu Festbier is a dark Fest with roast in the nose and palate but underlying hops peeking through for a moreish finish.
Frauendorfer Rauchbier is a lightly smoky session beer with fair hopping and a semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Hübner Stadfelder Osterhäsla is an Easter treat with a nice mix of grains and hops. There's a spicy element in the mix and it remains fairly dry for a Festbier of 5.5%