Framing Unterfranken in Frammersbach

When it comes to beer aficionados, Lower Franconia doesn't get any respect. Before I get accused of playing the Rodney Dangerfield card, I fully understand its relative remoteness and lack of sheer numbers has a lot to do with that. Going to new breweries is exciting so don't lose the sense of adventure. Lower Franconia is a great place to do it just that.

Kesselring Pils on tap

Kesselring Premium Pils is a textbook German Pils with a light grainy/floral hops nose and palate. The lingering finish is semi-dry and semi-bitter.

Kesselring Urfränkisches Landbier Hell

Kesselring Urfränkisches Landbier Hell is a beer that conjures the land from which it has sprung. With a light grainy nose and palate and a lingering semi-dry finish, it makes you want to lie in a field and have another.

Kesselring Urfränkisches Doppelbock

Kesselring Urfränkisches Doppelbock is uncharacteristically deep golden but a wonderful mix of rich malt and underlying hops. It's got some honey in the nose and the palate is fruity and surprisingly dry for 7.5%.

Kesselring Urfränkisches Winterbier

Kesselring Urfränkisches Winterbier is a deep amber wonder with a rich malty palate and long semi-dry finish. A perfect beer for a cold night by the fireplace.

Kesselring Urfränkisches Landbier

Kesselring Urfränkisches Landbier is a mahogany wonder with a rich malty palate and long semi-bitter finish.