Dorn-Bräu Doppelbock is a richly malty Hallerbock with some grain in the mix before the hops dry things out in the lingering semi-dry finish. Dangerously drinkable at 7.5%
Wurm Jura Quell Doppelbock is a gorgeous richly malty potent brew of 7.5% with both caramel and roast in the nose and palate before a lingering, semi-dry, bittersweet finish.
Tucher Original Nürnberger Rotbier is a balanced malty red lager with a lingering finish.
Bruderherz Mia Lager is an unfiltered Craft Beer take on a traditional Helles, with fair hopping and a lingering semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Bruderherz Roter Lui is an unfiltered balanced red lager with fair hopping for a Rotbier but lacks some harmony overall, especially in the lingering finish.
Tucher Mautkeller Rotes Lagerbier unfiltered is a primarily malty red lager brewed at Tucher's brewpub in the center of the city. Its finish is sticky and in my roundup of the town's Rotbiers, finished last.
Franken BräuHohenloher Schlitzohr Dunkel a good example Franconian dark beer with some roast and caramel intermingling in both the nose and palate. The lingering finish is just dry enough and somewhat bittersweet.
Franken Bräu Kellerbier is lightly grainy dry balanced brew with a lingering, semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Franken Bräu Spezial is a rich well-balanced brew with a pleasant grainy palate and just enough hops to make for a semi-dry semi-bitter finish.
Forst-Quell Kupfer is perhaps the brewery's most interesting beer and a fine Rotbier with some milk chocolate in both the nose and palate. It retains the brewery's signature dryness with a clean, semi-dry. bittersweet finish that just says more.