Kaiser Bockbier is an amber brew with an enticing fruity nose and fair hopping offset well by ample malt. This dangerously drinkable 7.5% Bock has a semi-dry moreish finish.
Hummel Pils is a dry balanced example of the style with a touch of grain before the clean, semi-dry, slightly bitter finish.
Hummel Spezial falls into the Märzen style with a deep amber hue and richly malty palate with some toasted elements before the semi-dry finish.
Sonnen-Bräu Lager is surprisingly hoppy unfiltered Helles with lingering semi-dry finish.
Hummel Märzen is an excellent dryish Märzen with a balanced palate and semi-bitter finish.
Kaiser Weißbier is a refreshing citrusy example of the style with a yeasty dry element which makes it moreish.
Keesmann Hell is a serviceable Helles with a balanced malty palate with some grain in both the nose and palate.
Keesmann Sternla is a Franconian Lager with balanced palate featuring both strong malt and firm hopping. The finish is clean, dry and bitter.
Knoblach's Rauchsüdla is a lightly smoky session beer with a semi-dry balanced palate and a semi-bitter moreish finish.
Knoblach's Urlager is their hoppy take on a Vienna Lager which is dangerously drinkable at 5.4%.