The Forest-Quell Brauerei is part of the Oettinger Group but it is used for experimental beers and training in addition to retaining the feel of a small family owned brewpub. The homey Inn and lovely Biergarten are much beloved by locals for their excellent food and beer. The hike from Wassertrüdingen to the brewery is quite scenic and the beer is worth the walk!
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Felsenbräu Felsator is a richly malty Doppelbock with dried fruit in both the nose and palate before a lingering semi-dry, bittersweet finish.
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Landwehr Landbock Hell
Landwehr Landbock Hell is quite dry for the style and though a bit thin of flavor and complexity, it's a serviceable and easy to drink example of the style at 6.6%.
Time in a Seidla: Pferdsfeld
Brauerei Leicht in Pferdsfeld closed at the end of 2022 due to the owners wanting to retire and having found no one to take it over.
Landwehr Kirchweihbier is a thin tasting malty brew which doesn't go anywhere in particular.
Landwehr Jahrgangsbier Fränkisches Braunbier
Landwehr Jahrgangsbier Fränkisches Braunbier is a balanced brew with a malty nose tinged with caramel. It's cold-hopped with Spalter and that integration doesn't fare well, leaving an odd bitterness to the finish.
A Tale of Two Sistas: Kloster Mallersdorf
Klosterbrauerei Mallersdorf is the last with a brewing nun at its helm. Take a stroll around its grounds, the countryside surrounding it and enjoy the fine food and beer on offer at their Klosterbräustüberl.
Klosterbräu Mallersdorf Zoigl
Klosterbrauerei Mallersdorf Zoigl isn't a true Zoigl in the traditional sense but the flavor component is there and is nonetheless a tasty beer to seek out.
Klosterbräu Mallersdorf Jubiläumsbier
Klosterbrauerei Mallersdorf Jubiläumsbier is a full rich Festbier with a touch of honey in both the nose and palate. The lingering semi-dry finish is moreish.