Bayreuther Rauch-Märzen is a great introductory Rauchbier with a light smoky palate and clean, semi-bitter finish.
After some year being contract brewed by Stöckel in Hintergereuth, Glenk is once again brewing themselves. If this Pils is their best, it might have been better left as it was.
Becher-Bräu Stadtbier is richly malty Festbier with some spiciness reminiscent of a Märzen and just enough hops to finish semi-bitter.
Becher-Bräu Weizen Bock is a hearty 8.5% with noticeable alcohol mixed in with dried fruit in both the nose and palate. The lingering finish is semi-dry.
Becher-Bräu Josefi Bock is a hearty dark contemplative brew of 8.2%, full or rich malt and a hint of dark chocolate. It's dry for its strength and the finish is bittersweet.
Maisel Stephan's Indian Ale is a balanced Double IPA with lots of malt backbone and citrusy hops. It's dry and fruity with dry slightly bitter finish.
Maisel Chocolate Bock is an interesting interpretation of cross between a Bock and stout with rich cocoa and bitter chocolate in both the nose and palate. The finish is semi-dry and bittersweet.
Becher-Bräu/Mann's Bräu Dunkel is a chestnut beauty with hops up front and chocolate malt in the balance. The finish is semi-dry and bittersweet.
Though no longer brewing, this contract brewed dark beer is a winner nonetheless. Have one while in Bayreuth by all means.