Ott Festbier is a richly malty brew with a hint of spice and a lingering, semi-dry, bittersweet finish.
Zum Posterer Zoigl is a sourish semi-dry example of the style with a lingering finish.
Zum Posterer was the post office up until 1890 and with its location next to The Hotel Schwan and church, the very center of life in town. They have brewing rights bestowed and brew in the communal brewery. They also are only open one weekend per month so aside from not being a member of the Echte Zoigl group, they are very much an authentic Zoiglstube.
Wolframstubn Zoigl is a lovely dry example with a nice biscuit/nutty element before the lingering finish.
Wolframstuben was bestowed brewing rights when Windischeschenbach was a center of home-brewing. The communal brewery was built later to handle the load of the breweries in town having burned down. The current family inherited these rights when they inherited the property. The Stube is very lively and the Zoigl quite tasty.
What color is a Maibock? Any color. When does it come out? Usually late April into early May. How long does it last? Not long. Head to the Bierquellenwanderweg to hike an amazing beer hiking trail and taste some of the finest dark lagers on the planet. Go very early in May and you'll find two lovely Maibocks too.
Jürgens Rotbier is a balanced richly malty Rotbier with a nice spicy character and aromatic hops in the nose. The lingering finish is semi-dry and semi-bitter.
Palmbräu Unser Bestes is their 5.3% Export Pils with a nice balanced hoppy palate and semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Palmbräu Schwarzer Zornikel is a rich dark Doppelbock of 8% with roast and licorice in both the nose and palate. The lingering finish is bittersweet and a bit cloying.
Palmbräu Pils is balanced if industrial tasting Pils with a linger, semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.