Held-Bräu Fest-Bier is typical Festbier with a balanced malty palate and clean semi-dry finish.
Keesmann Hell is a serviceable Helles with a balanced malty palate with some grain in both the nose and palate.
Keesmann Sternla is a Franconian Lager with balanced palate featuring both strong malt and firm hopping. The finish is clean, dry and bitter.
Krug-Bräu Weisse is serviceable and refreshing Weißbier with some banana and yeast before the lingering finish.
Kleebaum Kellerbier is contract brew for the defunct Bamberg Kleebaum brewery. It's a nice balanced session beer with Spalter hops in both the nose and palate.
This Kellerbier is brewed for Eckerts by Gänstaller in Schnaid. It's a dry fruity brew with well-integrated grain and a dry semi-bitter finish.
Gänstaller Zwickel Pils is a gorgeously hoppy with grassy notes intermingling with citrus hops before the lingering dry bitter finish.
Krug-Bräu Festbier is a dark Fest with roast in the nose and palate but underlying hops peeking through for a moreish finish.
Held-Bräu Bock is a light amber and drier than most Hellerbocks.
Meinel-Bräu Dunkel is a rare 4.2% Bavarian brew that still has plenty of flavor with hints of milk chocolate and a semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.