Weiglathaler Vollbier Dunkel

Weiglathaler Dunkel is a fine dry fruity session beer with a hoppy bitter finish.

Kürzdörfer Vollbier

Kürzdörfer Vollbier is a serviceable if unremarkable Helles. While a good post hike brew, not sure I'd travel far to get it again.

Kürzdörfer Landbier Dunkel

Kürzdorfer Landbier Dunkel is a serviceable dark brew with some chocolate notes and a dryish clean finish.

Leupser Maibock

Gradl's everyday dark beer is one of Bavaria's finest and their elusive Maibock follows for, with a rich malty palate that dries moreishly in the long bittersweet finish.

Herold Maibock

Herold Maibock is gorgeous big dark Bock, with some fried fruit before the long dry, bittersweet finish.

Leupser Dunkel

Gradl Dunkel Brewery: Gradl Town: Leups Style: Vollbier Color: lightly filtered chestnut Head: tan, rocky Nose: malty, slight chocolate Body: medium, low carbonation Palate: fruity, dry, hoppy, undercurrent of dark chocolate Finish: long, dry, bitter Served: on gravity dispense at the brewery Impression:  This is one of those beers you really wish was more readily … Continue reading Leupser Dunkel

Herold Beck ‘n Bier Vollbier

Herold Beck'n Bier is a top Franconian session beer, with a slight chocolate note and dry, bittersweet finish.

How to drink beer all day and lose weight in four days

Prologue: Where? Franconia is a region in Northern Bavaria. Topography? Hilly, lush green with dense forests and stoney outcroppings. How big? It's about the size of West Virginia. How many? There are around 300 breweries in this small area. When? Now, this is the last beer frontier. It's changing every day and may not be … Continue reading How to drink beer all day and lose weight in four days