Thomann Kellerteufel is a gorgeous unfiltered golden brew with a fine rocky head. The dry fruity palate is moreish.
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Haberstumpf Hell is a surprising unfiltered amber ale-like fruity brew with a lingering semi-dry finish. It's a touch thin on flavor but pleasant enough.
Lippert Schlotfeger is the brewery's latest creation: a dry roasty Schwarzbier with a lingering semi-dry finish.
Kesselring Urfränkisches Landbier Hell
Kesselring Urfränkisches Landbier Hell is a beer that conjures the land from which it has sprung. With a light grainy nose and palate and a lingering semi-dry finish, it makes you want to lie in a field and have another.
Murmann Lager is an unfiltered golden brew with a lightly grainy nose and palate and a moreishly semi-dry finish.
Scheidmantel Pils is from the defunct as of 2002 Coburg brewery of the same name. It's now brewed by Kulmbacher. It's certainly a decent example of the style and worth trying if you see it.
Murmann Kellerbier is an ale-like fruity example of the style with moreishly semi-dry finish.
Franken Bräu Florinator Doppelbock
Franken Florinator is a richly malty Doppelbock with hint of burnt caramel and a lingering somewhat sticky finish.
Kesselring Urfränkisches Doppelbock
Kesselring Urfränkisches Doppelbock is uncharacteristically deep golden but a wonderful mix of rich malt and underlying hops. It's got some honey in the nose and the palate is fruity and surprisingly dry for 7.5%.
Forst-Quell Bock is another great beer from the brewery, coming out on Ash Wednesday at their annual Bockanstich. It's full of dried fruit and the lingering finish is quite dry for its strength and dangerously moreish.