Hiking in the rain isn't so bad when you find the rainbow that leads to beer.
This special collaboration brewed by Ott, Aichinger and Hübner in Steinfeld is a fine Kellerbier.
Ott Pils is a true dry bitter Pils, with just a hint of grain.
Ott's Export is a light-bodied, balanced quaffer with some grain up front and enough hops for a clean dry finish.
Ott's Obladara is their signature Franconian lager, with a touch of chocolate up front and a long dryish, bittersweet finish.
Reutberger Export Dunkel is a super drinkable Dunkles with moreish long semi-dry finish.
Not far from Munich, Kloster Irsee is a great off the beaten path beer destination and walking there gives you views of the Alps and the Bavarian countryside.
The Walberlafest is perhaps Germany's oldest spring festival. Set high on a hill called the Walberla, it is certainly the most atmospheric.
Ammergauer Maxbräu Kellerbier is a fine kellerbier made with a mix of Vienna, Pilsner and Dinkel malt with citrusy hops for great balance.
Reutberger Josefi Bock is a deceptively drinkable bock with fantastic long dry finish.