The Walberla is a special hill in Franconian Switzerland. Just west of Forchheim, it offers great hiking opportunities and some fine small regional breweries surrounding it.
Hübner Stadfelder Frühlingsbier is a spring treat with a nice mix of grains and hops. There's a peppery element to the nose which carries over to the palate and just a hint of well-integrated butterscotch. It's fairly dry for a Festbier of 5.5% and the finish is moreishly bitter.
Join us for a journey on foot, walking through the very heart of the Zoigl brewing region.
Hübner Stadfelder Osterhäsla is an Easter treat with a nice mix of grains and hops. There's a spicy element in the mix and it remains fairly dry for a Festbier of 5.5%
Hübner Stadfelder Christkindla is a Christmas treat from the small brewery with a renowned Vollbier. This amber malty brew is well-balanced with fair hops and a bitter finish.
Hübner Jubiläumsbier was brewed for the brewery's 200th Anniversary in 2020 and is a fine rich amber brew, perfect for a celebration.
Marktbreit offers not only a charming old town but also the countryside surrounding it is great for hiking. The Maindreieck hike takes in Ochsenfurt and Gnodstadt, both of which have great breweries. Beer hiking in this area is a must for loves of fine Pils.
Theinheim is set in a beautiful rural landscape, had numerous hiking trails and one very find brewpub called Zum Grünen Baum.
Rüdenhausen is a quirky but charming town with a great little brewery named Wolf. There are also some nice lush hiking trails nearby.
Hübner Lagerbier is a low carbonation, balanced session beer with a clean, slightly bitter finish.