Waldschloss Bräu Export

Waldschloss Export is a balanced Export with creamy white head and grainy nose. There's grain in both the nose and palate. The lingering finish is semi-dry.

Wiesener Export

Wiesener Export from Bürgerliches Brauhaus is a gorgeous golden textbook Export with creamy white head and malty nose. Balanced palate is richly malty with just the perfect amount of bitterness for the style. The lingering finish is moreishly semi-dry.

O-Bräu Export (Kaiserhof)

O-Bräu Export is brewed by Thomas Kaiser at the mother Kaiserhof brewery. It's a textbook example of the malt forward style with a lingering semi-bitter finish. The O refers to the brewer's cat, Oskar.

Häffner-Bräu Export

Häffner-Bräu Export is malty with a touch of butter and a lingering, sticky finish.

Keiler Export

Keiler Export 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 nice richly malty brew with a darker hue than is typical for the style.

Landwehr-Bräu Edel on tap

Landwehr-Bräu Edel is lower in alcohol than most Exports and though hoppier than many, the finish is a notch stickier.

Roth Lager

Roth Export is a balanced malty example of the style with a lingering semi-dry finish.

Martinsbräu Export

Martinsbräu Export is balanced malt forward session beer with fair hopping, making for a moreish semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.

Rother-Bräu Export

Rother-Bräu Export is a balanced malty example of the style. The underlying hops dry it out just enough in the lingering finish.