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.
Murnau is a magical place with great trails and mountain scenery. There are also two great breweries and nothing tastes better after a hike than a locally crafted beer.
Karg is one of the top brewers of Weißbier in Bavaria, the home to the style. What more can I say?
Griesbräu Helles is a nice cross between traditional Bavarian and craft beer with a dry fruity palate and long bitter finish.
Reblitz Dolzenzupfer is a marvelous wet-hopped Helles: balanced with a good floral hop presence and a long dry bitter finish.
Reblitz Dunkles Landbier is a dry malty quaffer that goes well with dishes typical of the area.
Reblitz Bock is a marvelous Hellerbock: balanced with a good floral hop presence and a long dry bitterish finish.
Mühlendbräu Dunkler Bock is an easily approachable but full-flavored brew. It's dry finish makes it moreish.
Mühlendbräu Dunkles is an easily approachable but full-flavored brew. Great with food or on its own, it's the true taste of Franconia.
Schoilmichl Zoigl is the real deal, made by one of a very limited number of producers in one of only five towns still following all the protocols of Zoigl brewing.