Bayer Bräu Raubritter is richly malty Märzen with a nice spicy character in the dry for the style palate. This brewery closed in 2011 but they have their beer contract-brewed at Arnsteinter.
Mönchshof Landbier is one of their best beers with a malty palate mixed with grain and hops and a lingering, semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Mönchshof Märzen is not only one of the palest in the style but also one of the blandest. A sticky malty beer.
Greifenklau Laurenzi Märzen is a richly malty brew with a nice spicy element to both the nose and palate. The lingering finish just dry enough to invite another.
Drei Kronen Kerwa Märzen is an unfiltered amber Märzen with a malty palate and some grainy elements. Hops come out in the finish, drying it out nicely.
Veldensteiner Frühlings is a rich malty typical of the style with a signature spicy element and a hint of roast before the lingering, semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Will-Bräu Ehrenberger Pilgerstoff is richly malty Märzen with some spice and roast in both the nose and palate. The lingering finish is semi-dry and bittersweet.
Roppelt Festmärzen is dry and fruity for the style and also has a kiss of smoke before the lingering semi-dry finish.
Sauer Frühlings Märzen is a dry-hopped spring special featuring a dry fruity palate and clean semi-dry finish.
Rother-Bräu Kloster Urstoff is a balanced good example of a Märzen with a richly malty palate and lingering semi-dry finish. Once brewed by the Klosterbrauerei in Münnerstadt, it is now the product of Rother-Bräu who bought it up.