Friedel Friedelsator

Fischer Rauchbier is now brewed by Rittmayer in Hallerndorf and on my recent sampling it was much better than their Kellerbier with a light smokiness adding a touch of bitterness to the malty brew.

Fischer (Greuth) Rauchbier

Fischer Rauchbier is now brewed by Rittmayer in Hallerndorf and on my recent sampling it was much better than their Kellerbier with a light smokiness adding a touch of bitterness to the malty brew.

Fischer (Greuth) Kellerbier

Fischer Kellerbier is now brewed by Rittmayer in Hallerndorf and on my recent sampling it was not up to their old standards.

There’s more than Fünf Seidlas on the Devil’s Tisch

The Fünf Seidla Steig is perhaps the best known Beer Hiking Trail but the Teufelstisch is another great hike in the area, worth exploring.

Bayer (Zum Grünen Baum) Maibock

Bayer Maibock is a great dry, Hellerbock with some apricot in the nose and palate and a long dry, slightly bitter finish.

Bayer (Zum Grünen Baum) Knörzla

Bayer Knörzla is yet another gorgeous session beer with a dryish palate and bitter finish.

Bayer (Zum Grünen Baum) Landbier

Bayer Landbier is a gorgeous session beer with an unfolding grain element and dryish, slightly bitter finish.

Wolf Pils

Wolf Pils is a chewy, malty Pils more in the Czech style.

Wolf Urtyp Dunkel

Wolf Urtyp Dunkel is one of the best dark beers I've had in Germany, with a dry hoppy palate that has a chewiness which is hard to describe.

Brauhaus am Kreuzberg Imperial Baltic Porter

Brauhaus am Kreuzbreg Imperial Baltic Porter looks promising with its dark black hue and tan head but in the end, you are left with rum & coke.