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 is a dark Fest with roast in the nose and palate but underlying hops peeking through for a moreish finish.
Först Keller-Pils is a dry fruity unfiltered Pils with a semi-bitter clean finish.
Roppelt Dunkel is an excellent example of the style with a soft mouthfeel and chocolate in both the nose and palate.
Trunk Nothelfer Fastenbock is a dark dangerous brew at 8%, full of rich malt, milk chocolate and burnt caramel.
Knoblach's Urlager is their hoppy take on a Vienna Lager which is dangerously drinkable at 5.4%.
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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 is malty but balanced Festbier with enough hops to dry out the finish and make it moreish.
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.