The Voggendorf Keller is located outside of Uehfeld, an area rich with stork nesting areas. It's featured in Beer Hiking Bavaria along with the two breweries in town.
Held-Bräu Fest-Bier is typical Festbier with a balanced malty palate and clean semi-dry finish.
The Pretzfelder Kirschenweg is a pretty hiking circuit which starts in Pretzfeld, a short train trip from Forchheim. The Pretzfelder Keller is an idyllic place for your beery reward.
Nikl-Bräu Weiße Eule is a very refreshing Weizen with a semi-dry fruity palate and lingering finish. It's dangerously quaffable at 5.5%
Nikl-Bräu Michala is an unfiltered dark Kellerbier with a hint of chocolate in the semi-dry palate. It's deceptive at 5.2%.
Nikl-Bräu Zwickl is a balanced brew with some grain and underlying hops before a slightly bitter finish. It's a perfect beer for the Keller and at 4.7% can be drunk all day.
Grasser Weizenbock is high octane wheat treat with hints of apricot and yeast in both the nose and palate. At 8%, it's dangerously drinkable.
Maisel Stephan's Indian Ale is a balanced Double IPA with lots of malt backbone and citrusy hops. It's dry and fruity with dry slightly bitter finish.
Maisel Chocolate Bock is an interesting interpretation of cross between a Bock and stout with rich cocoa and bitter chocolate in both the nose and palate. The finish is semi-dry and bittersweet.
Held-Bräu Bock is a light amber and drier than most Hellerbocks.