Düll Krautheimer Helles Lagerbier is a balanced malty example of the style with their signature white pepper in both the nose and palate but it blends in better in this lighter simpler beer than some of their heavier entries.
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Schrüfer Fastenbock on tap
Schrüfer Fastenbock is a richly malty brew for Lent with some roast and dried fruit in the palate and a lingering, semi-dry, semi-bitter finish. Dangerous at 6.7%.
Düll Krautheimer Heller Bock
Düll Krautheimer Heller Bock is a richly malty fruity example of the style their signature white pepper in both the nose and palate but it blends in better than in their even richer Dunkler Doppelbock. It's quite dry even at 7.2%.
Düll Krautheimer Dunkler Doppelbock
Düll Krautheimer Dunkler Doppelbock is a richly malty example of the style with dried fruit in both the nose and palate. Their signature white pepper element doesn't play so well with this particular beer but the lingering finish isn't overly cloying, even at 7.8%.
Düll Krautheimer Urtyp Dunkel
Düll Krautheimer Urtyp Dunkel is balanced malty example of the style with a touch of white pepper in both the nose and palate.
Raab Zeilberg Dunkel
Raab Zeilberg Dunkel is dry example of the style with some chocolate in the nose and palate and a clean, semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Roth Helles is a balanced if not particularly tasty example of the style with a lingering semi-dry finish
Raab Kellerbier is fruity effervescent example of the style with a lingering semi-dry finish
Düll Krautheimer Weihnachtsbier
Düll Krautheimer Weihnachtsbier is balanced malty example of the style with a touch of pepper which plays into its drier than typical for the style finish.
Bayer (Zum Grünen Baum) Dunkler Doppelbock
Bayer Dunkler Doppelbock is a nearly black richly malty brew with some dark chocolate and a lingering semi-dry bittersweet finish. One of the very best!