Oechsner Edel Hell

Oechsner Edel Hell is a dry fruity Helles with a clean, semi-bitter finish.

Hönicka Bräu Landbier hell on tap

Hönicka Bräu Landbier hell is a balanced malty brew with a nice mix of grain and hops before the semi-dry moreish finish. It's very drinkable at 4.8% and there's no nicer place to do that than at the Kösseinehaus.

Günther-Bräu Helles Vollbier

Günther Bräu Helles Vollbier is a balanced pale golden brew with a grainy, grassy hop nose and palate. The clean finish is just dry and bitter enough to make it moreish at 5%.

Grasser Urtyp Hell (bottle)

One of Franconia's brewing legends resides in Huppendorf. This Hells is a fine and refreshing example of the style with a semi-dry moreish finish and more hops than most.

Köslauer Rennweg Brauer Vollbier

Köslauer Rennweg Brauer Vollbier was brewed as a hopeful Bock and sold as a Vollbier due to lower than expected alcohol. This is nonetheless a very nice rich Festbier with a rich malty palate tinged with ample underlying hops. The lingering finish is moreishly dry for the style.

Raab Frangn Seidla

Raab Frangn Seidla is an unfiltered Vollbier with a dry fruity palate and a moreishly dry finish.

Wittelsbacher Turm Bräu Vollbier

Wittelsbacher Turm Bräu Vollbier was a gorgeous looking beer marred by diacetyl the day I sampled it on tap at the brewery.

Pax-Bräu Vollbier

Pax-Bräu Vollbier is a lovely example of the style with a balanced dry palate and clean dry semi-bitter finish. This is a traditional beer with a Craft Beer twist by master brewer Andreas Seufert which shows that a beer can be very dry without being overly bitter.

Hopfengarten Hopfen Zupfer on tap

Hopfengarten Hopfen Zupfer is a balanced brew with a malty if thin palate and semi-dry finish.

BroBier Vollbier on tap

BroBier Vollbier is a balanced brew with a fresh malty palate and semi-dry finish.