Schlenkerla's Erle is the renowned smoke beer brewery's stellar take on a Schwarzbier with a rich roasty palate featuring a light complex smoke imparted by smoking the malt over alder wood. Sessionable at 4.2%, it's a another winner from Bamberg's best brewery.
Roth Schwarzbier is a gorgeous looking example of the style with a dry malty/roasty palate and clean, dry, semi-bitter finish.
Spessart Specht Räuberchen Dunkel is a cross between a Schwarzbier and Czech Tmavy, with some light roast in the dryish palate and a lingering bittersweet finish.
Lippert Schlotfeger is the brewery's latest creation: a dry roasty Schwarzbier with a lingering semi-dry finish.
Zum Löwenbräu Schwarzer Löwe is a good example of the roasty style with a semi-dry finish.
Haubrauerei Altstadt's Das Schwarze is a textbook Schwarzbier with a roasty nose and palate featuring a hint of coffee before the lingering, semi-dry, bittersweet finish.
Hummel Cowboy Schwarzbier isn't typical of the style but it's a tasty enough dark beer worth trying if you don't confine it to a mold.