The Pocket Guide to the Best Erlangen & its Countryside Breweries

Franconia is blessed with 100s of great breweries, many of them in small villages outside the big towns. The pocket guide to the best Erlangen and its Countryside Breweries will help you pick out which breweries outside Erlangen you need to visit. Guided tours to breweries outside Bamberg and Forchheim available if you would like to head into the Bamberg/Forchheim countryside with a Franconian beer expert.

Geyer Rotbier at Felsenkeller

Geyer Rotbier is a balanced spicy brew with a clean, dry semi-bitter finish. It's perfect for an afternoon at Geyers Felsenkeller.

Geyer Kellerbier at Felsenkeller

Geyer Kellerbier is a balanced, hoppy Kellerbier with a clean semi-bitter finish. It's perfect for an afternoon at Geyers Felsenkeller.

Geyer Pils

Brauereigasthof Geyer Pils is a nondescript example of the style with a dry grainy palate and clean semi-bitter finish.

Geyer Rotbier

Brauereigasthof Geyer Rotbier is a malty but dry session beer with a clean, finish.

Geyer Hausbier (Kellerbier)

Brauereigasthof Geyer Hausbier is a dry, hoppy Kellerbier with a clean semi-bitter finish. It's perfect for an afternoon at Geyers Felsenkeller.

Geyer Weizen

Brauereigasthof Geyer Weizen is a refreshing citrusy Weizen with lots of yeast in the mix and a clean finish.

Geyer Helles Landbier

Brauereigasthof Geyer Helles Landbier is a serviceable if somewhat nondescript beer with a clean enough finish if a somewhat bland palate.