Rittmayer Hallerndorfer Hefeweizen is a serviceable if somewhat bland example of the style.
Rittmayer Maibock is one of the drier Hellerbocks I've come across. The combination of rich malt and obvious hops is something I wish more breweries would attempt. This is my favorite of the Rittmayer line-up.
Hebendanz Bock is a richly malty deep golden Bock which is oddly only 6.1%.
Distelhäuser Hellerbock is a potent 7.5% Bock to celebrate spring. It uses a variety of both aroma and bittering hops for a complex plate and lingering, semi-dry finish.
Zur Sonne Weihnachtsbock is a richly malty balanced Hellerbock with refreshingly fruity palate and moreish semi-dry finish.
Klosterbräu Bock is a balanced Hellerbock with a semi-dry palate and lingering finish. Deceptive at 7%.
Wiethaler Bockbier Hell is a richly malty Bock at 6.4% with a slightly sticky finish.
Mahrs Bräu Maibock is unfiltered golden Bock with floral hops in both the nose and palate. The lingering finish is semi-dry and bittersweet.
Trunk Nothelfer Silber Bock is a good example of a balanced Hellerbock with a rich malt base and fine underlying hops making the finish semi-dry and somewhat bitter.
Grasser Kathrein Bock is a marvelous Hellerbock from the Franconian brewing legend in Huppendorf. It's a great mix of rich malt and fine hops with a dry bittersweet finish. It's dangerously drinkable at 7.5%.