Gutmann Dunkler Weizenbock is a seasonal brew from one of Franconia's top Weizen breweries. At 6.9%, it's a dangerously drinkable brew.
Do borders and beers mix? In Franconia, sometimes they get mixed up. A recent visit to the Gold-Ochsenbrauerei in Spielbach revealed not all is what it seems when you venture into the Hohenlohe.
Reindler-Bräu Spezial Dunkel is a chestnut beauty with a balanced malty palate featuring a hint of chocolate. The finish is dry and semi-bitter.
Reindler-Bräu Edel-Pils is their signature beer and while hoppy and dry, it's more a session beer than most in this style. The lingering finish is moreishly dry.
Reindler-Bräu Seckenator is the brewery's winter seasonal Doppelbock. It's richly malty but still has their signature hoppy style. Dangerous at 7.7%.
Reindler-Bräu Landbier is a balanced brew with a malty nose and initial palate but hops kick in once again to dry things out in the moreish finish.
Reindler-Bräu Gold Export is a rich golden Export with a balanced palate and surprisingly hoppy element.
Reindler-Bräu Hefeweizen is a rustic yeasty wheat beer with an unusually bitterness for the style.
Reindler-Bräu Hell is a balanced brew with a hint of grass and a clean semi-dry, bitter finish.
Tough choices in the time of Corona cause some breweries in Franconia to consider closing.