Bamberg and Franconian beer styles explained in simple terms which are listed alphabetically
Schneider-Bräu Helles is a classic of the style with a malty palate and some grain before the clean finish.
Schneider-Bräu Märzen is a classic of this style of malty fest beer. While not hoppy, the finish is clean and avoids any cloying characteristics.
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Wettelsheimer Märzen is a classic of this style of malty fest beer. While not hoppy, the finish is clean and avoids any cloying characteristics.
Kramer-Wolf Zoiglstube is one of the best, with a large beer hall upstairs, cozy pub downstairs and home butchered meats.
Kramer-Wolf Zoigl is the real deal, made by one of a very limited number of producers in one of only five towns still following all the protocols of Zoigl brewing.
Drummer Helles Brewery: Drummer Town: Leutenbach Style: Helles Color: straw Head: dense Nose: grain, malt Body: medium Palate: malty flavor, some grassy and grain notes mixed in, slight hop Finish: clean, bittersweet Served: on tap at the brewery Impression: This was my second time at the brewery so had higher expectations this time around. Though … Continue reading Drummer Helles
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