Roppelt Kellerbier is balanced session beer with a clean, semi-bitter finish.
Roppelt Kelleriber is balanced session beer with a clean, semi-bitter finish which is moreish.
Krug Urstoff is their bottled version of their Kellerbier. It's a very drinkable balanced brew with a dry fruity palate and clean finish.
Krug Pils is a clean balanced beer but not typical of the style. If you're looking for a hoppy one, this isn't the one.
This is Krug's signature brew, appropriately enough a classic Franconian Lager with a well-balanced palate and drying slightly bitter finish.
Gänstaller Rauch Märzen is a dark beauty. Black as coal with a nice smoky element that compliments rather overshadows its firm hoppy palate. Marvelous.
Hölzlein Bock is a beer worth walking for and when you walk for a beer, you enjoy it more.
Roppelt Festbier is balanced if slightly potent session beer with some firm hopping in the clean dry finish.
Roppelt Bock is a deceptively strong dry for its strength Bock with a dry fruity flavor and a long, dry bittersweet finish.
Mahrsbräu makes one amazing bock and there's no better place to drink it then at their atmospheric brewpub in Bamberg.