Stern-Bräu Vollbier is a hoppy session beer with a nice fruity quality that dries out in the long bitter finish. As served at the Scheublel Keller in Schlüsselfeld, it's softer which allows the complex flavors to mingle perfectly. A must Kellerbier/Bierkeller experience.
Roth Schwarzbier is a gorgeous looking example of the style with a dry malty/roasty palate and clean, dry, semi-bitter finish.
Roth Volksfestbier is a balanced richly malty example of the style with a lingering semi-dry finish.
Roth Export is a balanced malty example of the style with a lingering semi-dry finish.
Roth Hefe Weizen hell is a nice looking Weizen with a fruity palate featuring banana and lingering finish.
Roth Helles is particularly hoppy for the stye on tap at Zum Roth and if you've been unimpressed with it in bottled form, give it a go here and you won't be disappointed.
Roth Pils is a balanced true to form example of the style with a crisp hoppy palate and clean dry semi-bitter finish.
Spessart Hell is a great looking malt forward example of the style with a nice light grain element and clean semi-dry finish.
Spessart Weizen is a great looking example of the style with a fruity yeasty nose and palate. The lingering finish is enticing.
Spessart Specht Räuberchen Dunkel is a cross between a Schwarzbier and Czech Tmavy, with some light roast in the dryish palate and a lingering bittersweet finish.