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. Chiemsee is perhaps the most beautiful of the many mountain lakes in Bavaria and this hike takes you around the two islands lying in its center.
Beer Hiking Bavaria is a great guide that details 50 hikes in Bavaria which pass by or end at some of Bavaria's best breweries. The Steigerwald Panoramaweg is a long distance route and this describes the section between Bischberg to Weiher, home to the Kundmüller brewery.
Kaiser Weißbier is a refreshing citrusy example of the style with a yeasty dry element which makes it moreish.
Zehendner brews a Festbier for the neighboring village Wachenröth's Kerwa. It's a full-bodied and richly malty with a hint of caramel.
Keesmann Hell is a serviceable Helles with a balanced malty palate with some grain in both the nose and palate.
Keesmann Sternla is a Franconian Lager with balanced palate featuring both strong malt and firm hopping. The finish is clean, dry and bitter.
Greif-R is Greifenklau's lightly smoky answer to the town's renowned style Rauchbier. It's an easy drinking tasty beer and good introduction to the style.
Fässla Zwergla is a rich dark malty brew with some some grain in the balanced palate. The finish is clean, semi-dry and semi-bitter.
Sternla Zwickel is an unfiltered summer seasonal with a creamy rocky head and some citrus hops in the nose and palate. It's a dry fruity quaffer with a clean, dry, bitter finish.
Sternla Märzen is malty but remains dry and clean in the finish.