Wagner Lagerbier is a balanced session beer and great for those not overly enamored with hops.
Gänstaller Rauch Märzen is a dark beauty. Black as coal with a nice smoky element that compliments rather overshadows its firm hoppy palate. Marvelous.
Schwanen-Bräu's Vollbier is a dark dry hoppy session beer found more often in Franconia than anywhere in Germany.
This is a classic Weizen with lots of banana in both the nose and palate. It's surely a great summer quaffer.
This surprisingly dry Weizenbock has a nice fruity quaffable quality that makes it dangerously drinkable
This rich malty Dunkles has some some caramel in the nose and its soft full-bodied flavor has a touch of chocolate.
This high octane Dopplebock has a rich malty nose and palate but its fair hopping lends to a fairly clean and not overly sweet brew.
Schlenkerla's Fastenbier is a treat for Lent, when you give up things but are evidently rewarded with amazing beer. It's a touch less smoky than their flagship Märzen with a nice hoppiness to hold it all together.
Ulrich Martin is a traditional brewery lovingly restored by the man himself. The Weizenbock is a holiday treat, full of rich malt, yeast and a hint of banana bread before the clean finish.
Ulrich Martin is a traditional brewery lovingly restored by the man himself. The Pils is a light-bodied, dry quaffer with a clean bitter finish.