Bamberg and Franconian beer styles explained in simple terms which are listed alphabetically
Held-Bräu Weizen is a bit of a cross between a Weizen and Helles if interested in a hybrid beer.
Weiglathaler Dunkel is a fine dry fruity session beer with a hoppy bitter finish.
Kürzdörfer Vollbier is a serviceable if unremarkable Helles. While a good post hike brew, not sure I'd travel far to get it again.
Kürzdorfer Landbier Dunkel is a serviceable dark brew with some chocolate notes and a dryish clean finish.
Herold Maibock is gorgeous big dark Bock, with some fried fruit before the long dry, bittersweet finish.
The Aufseß is about as ideal an area to spend Easter as any, especially if you like beer, hiking and Easter decorations.
Held-Bräu Weizenbock is a dangerously drinkable brew with a surprising addition of hops to make the finish clean and moreish.
Held-Bräu Helles is a dry fruity brew with a some cereal in the mix and a clean bitter finish.
Even if the Coronavirus makes beer hiking Bavaria-style not possible, you can still do some virtually until it's safe again to visit the small countryside breweries.