Günther Bräu Pilsner is a balanced pale golden brew with a grainy, grassy hop nose and palate. The lingering finish is just dry and bitter enough to make it moreish at 4.9%.
's Antla Gold is an unfiltered Pils with lots of grain and hops in both the nose and palate. The semi-dry lingering finish is semi-bitter.
Kaiserhof Premium Pilsner is their flagship, a golden Pils with a balanced palate featuring both grain and hops. The lingering finish is semi-dry and semi-bitter.
Scherdel Premium Pilsner is a classic German Pils with a balanced dry hoppy palate and clean finish.
Mönchshof Original Pils is one of their better offerings if not in the classic German Pils mold. It's balanced and maltier but there's still some hops in the mix.
Palmbräu Unser Bestes is their 5.3% Export Pils with a nice balanced hoppy palate and semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Palmbräu Pils is balanced if industrial tasting Pils with a linger, semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Häffner-Bräu Kur Pils is a serviceable nice fairly dry Pils with a clean, semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Düll Krautheimer Pilsner is a nicely balanced dry Pils with a fairly clean finish.
Keiler Pils is produced in bottled form at Kulmbacher but this draft version is done at Würzburger Hofbräu who bought the original brewery in 2001. As served at the Keiler Brauhaus, it's a clean, semi-dry, semi-bitter classic Pils.