Weizenbock is one of Bavaria's creations and there are many great examples. Two are Aventinus and Pikantus. Let's compare.
Schneider Aventinus is the original Weizenbock and remains the standard by which all others are measure.
Erdinger Pikantus is one of the classic Weizenbocks, with a rich malty palate that pairs well with strong cheeses and dark chocolate.
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Not far from Munich, Kloster Irsee is a great off the beaten path beer destination and walking there gives you views of the Alps and the Bavarian countryside.
Greif Dunkle Weisse is a Gold Medal winning dark wheat beer with a yeasty nose and banana yeast in the palate.
Neder Fassbier is a dry fruity quaffer with a long dry finish and about as perfect for a session of drinking as you'll find.
Kraus Festbier is a malty and somewhat thin-flavored brew.
Greifla Schwarz is new release from the brewery in hopes of tapping into Neder's Schwarze Anna market. This one is quite possibly drier and easier to drink and well worth seeking out.
Kraus Lagerbier is an easy drinking dry fruity brew with a long dry bitter finish.