Ott Festbier is a richly malty brew with a hint of spice and a lingering, semi-dry, bittersweet finish.
Gessner Festbier is a richly malty brew more in the Märzen mold with a nice spicy character and lingering, bittersweet finish.
Bayer Bräu Bayerator is richly malty brew with a heady 7.2% alcohol content and a bittersweet finish. This brewery closed in 2011 but they have their beer contract-brewed at Arnsteinter.
Hummel Festbier dunkel is a decent and interesting Festbier as I find it refreshing to see a dark one. Good balance and drinkability with just a hint of chocolate.
Martinsbräu Laurenzi Festbier is a richly malty easy drinking Märzen with a balanced palate and moreish lingering semi-dry finish. On tap at the Martinsbräu Biergarten.
Roth Volksfestbier is a balanced richly malty example of the style with a lingering semi-dry finish.
Spessart Gold Specht is a malt forward Festbier with an integrated butter component, giving it a slight Czech feel. The bittersweet finish could be cleaner but it's a good example of the style.
Martinsbräu Doppelbock is richly malty contemplative brew with a heady 7.5% alcohol content and some burnt toffee and licorice in the flavorful mix.
Martinsbräu Märzen is a good example of the style with a richly malty palate featuring a hint of spice and lingering semi-dry finish.
Martinsbräu Laurenzi Festbier is a richly malty easy drinking Märzen with a balanced palate and moreish lingering semi-dry finish.