Schroll Landbier is one of Franconia's most beloved dark beers, with a malty palate and dry moreish finish. This gravity dispense version was sublime.
Distelhäuser Landbier is more in the Rotbier style with a rich malty palate and lingering, semi-dry finish.
Reindler-Bräu Landbier is a balanced brew with a malty nose and initial palate but hops kick in once again to dry things out in the moreish finish.
Günther Landbier Dunkel is a nicely balanced Dunkles with roast in both the nose and palate. Fair hopping makes for a dry, semi-bitter finish.
Fischer Landbier is a balanced session beer with a nice spiciness in the malty palate with enough hops to make for a semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Kesselring Urfränkisches Landbier is a mahogany wonder with a rich malty palate and long semi-bitter finish.
Schleicher Itzgrunder Landbier is a great amber malt forward session beer with just enough underlying hops to make the finish semi-dry and moreish.
Brauereigasthof Geyer Helles Landbier is a serviceable if somewhat nondescript beer with a clean enough finish if a somewhat bland palate.
Leicht Landbier is a gorgeously drinkable amber brew, reminiscent of a northern English ale with a restrained hop presence and clean moreish finish.
Theinheim is set in a beautiful rural landscape, had numerous hiking trails and one very find brewpub called Zum Grünen Baum.