Beer Hiking Bavaria is a great guide detailing 50 hikes in Bavaria which pass by or end at some of Bavaria's best breweries. Murnau is one of Bavaria's hidden gems sitting on the beautiful Staffelsee. The Dragon Slayer's Way is great short hike taking in the scenery and breweries.
Bernd Das Bier is the first commercial offering from home-brewing Bootshaus im Hain owner Bernd, hence its name.
Ahörnla Bräu Sand Hell is somewhat bland but easy enough to drink Helles with a nice grain element.
Ahörnla Bräu Lagerbier is a serviceable Rotbier with a malty palate and a touch of roast. The lingering finish is semi-dry.
Beer Hiking Bavaria is a great guide detailing 50 hikes in Bavaria which pass by or end at some of Bavaria's best breweries. Tegernsee is one of the most beautiful mountain lakes in Bavaria and this hike takes to the top of the Riederstein and then to the Tegernsee Bräustüberl.
Hebendanz Annafest Bier is the brewery's richly malty entry for the town's annual beer festival set in the Kellerwald outside Forchheim.
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. Berchtesgaden is the crown jewel in the Bavarian National Park system. This hike takes you up high to look down on the stunning Königsee.
The Voggendorf Keller is located outside of Uehfeld, an area rich with stork nesting areas. It's featured in Beer Hiking Bavaria along with the two breweries in town.
Bayreuther Rauch-Märzen is a great introductory Rauchbier with a light smoky palate and clean, semi-bitter finish.
Drossendorfelder Bräuwerk Keller Pils is a nice mix of traditional style with a craft beer twist.