Kaufbeuren Zoigl

Kaufbeuren Zoigl may not be an Echte Zoigl but it's sure a tasty one nonetheless and is the closest example to Munich.

Zoigl in the Allgäu. Why not?

Zoigl is more of a beer culture than a style. While largely confined to a few select areas in northern Bavaria, there is one very interesting example in the Allgäu region. Kaubeuren Zoigl Ludwigstrasse 47 has all the right ingredients and is well worth exploring if in the area.

Hummel Cowboy Schwarzbier

Hummel Cowboy Schwarzbier isn't typical of the style but it's a tasty enough dark beer worth trying if you don't confine it to a mold.

Hofbräu Oberle Dinkelbier

Hofbräu Oberle Dinkelbier is their fruity summer offering from the small house brewery. It's made with spelt, an old form of wheat popular by its German name Dinkel here in Germany. It's similar to but generally a bit sweeter than a Weizen.

Hofbräu Oberle Sommerspritzer

Hofbräu Oberle Sommerspritzer is their fruity summer Helles with a hoppy/citrusy palate and a lingering, semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.

Sauer (Röttenbach) Storchenbier

Sauer Storchenbier is a Dunkles Kellerbier with a semi-dry fruity/malty palate and a semi-bitter finish.

Sauer (Röttenbach) Kellerbier

Sauer Kellerbier is a semi-dry fruity brew with a malty palate and semi-bitter finish.

Schleicher Meistersud Rauchbier

Schleicher Meistersud Rauchbier is a lightly smoky session beer, perfect for a introductory smoke beer or for those looking for a quaffable brew with a lightly smoky touch.

Schleicher Storchen Pils

Schleicher Storchen Pils is more of Helles than a true Pils with a balanced malty palate featuring some grain and underlying hops.