Grasser Weizenbock

Grasser Weizenbock is high octane wheat treat with hints of apricot and yeast in both the nose and palate. At 8%, it's dangerously drinkable.

Krug-Bräu Festbier

Krug-Bräu Festbier is a dark Fest with roast in the nose and palate but underlying hops peeking through for a moreish finish.

Först Premium

Först Keller-Pils is a dry fruity unfiltered Pils with a semi-bitter clean finish.

Roppelt (Trossenfurt) Dunkel

Roppelt Dunkel is an excellent example of the style with a soft mouthfeel and chocolate in both the nose and palate.

Trunk Nothelfer Fastenbock

Trunk Nothelfer Fastenbock is a dark dangerous brew at 8%, full of rich malt, milk chocolate and burnt caramel.

Knoblach Urlager

Knoblach's Urlager is their hoppy take on a Vienna Lager which is dangerously drinkable at 5.4%.

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Bamberg Beer Tours

Beerwanderers is not only an information resource for the beer and hiking trails of Bavaria but also a full service provider of guided hiking tours which bring the traveler to breweries often not visited by walking on paths rather than riding in a tour bus. Get off the bus and feel the earth move under your feet.

Gutmann Weizenbock

Gutmann Weizenbock is a seasonal brew from one of Franconia's top Weizen breweries. At 7.2%, it's a dangerously drinkable brew.

Trunk Nothelfer Fest Bier

Trunk Nothelfer Fest Bier is malty but balanced Festbier with enough hops to dry out the finish and make it moreish.

Trunk Nothelfer Silber Bock

Trunk Nothelfer Silber Bock is a good example of a balanced Hellerbock with a rich malt base and fine underlying hops making the finish semi-dry and somewhat bitter.