Brauhaus Hochstadt an der Aisch Kellerbier is a balanced session beer with a hoppy palate and semi-dry bitter finish.
Schwanen Bräu Lagerbier Dunkel is their signature brew with a roasty palate and dry bitter finish.
Brauerei Hermann's Kellerbier is a lightly grainy session beer with underlying hop and a semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Schwan's Kellerbier is a great balanced session beer with a light grainy palate and slightly bitter finish.
Prechtel Kellerbier is a dry fruity quaffer, perfect for sipping at their Voggendorfer Bierkeller.
The Schwarzer Alder Kellerbier from the tank is a great example of the style with fresh mown grass, understated grain and underlying hops.
Löwenbräu was once a renowned Kellerbier but has lost some of its complexity and perhaps due to a wider distribution, quality may vary. That said, at their Keller it remains a serviceable Kellerbier that goes well with food.
St. Georgen-Bräu is a renowned regional brewery and their Kellerbier is their flagship. It may have lost a notch or two of complexity over the years but it´s nonetheless a tasty on the hoppy side Kellerbier.
Bamberg and Franconian beer styles explained in simple terms which are listed alphabetically.
Roppelt Kelleriber is balanced session beer with a clean, semi-bitter finish which is moreish.