Schroll Landbier is one of Franconia's most beloved dark beers, with a malty palate and dry moreish finish. This gravity dispense version was sublime.
Schroll Trüber Pils is a hoppy departure for the family brewery more noted for malty brews. The spicy hop element is still well-balanced and the dry bitter finish is moreish.
Krug-Bräu Weisse is serviceable and refreshing Weißbier with some banana and yeast before the lingering finish.
Krug-Bräu Festbier is a dark Fest with roast in the nose and palate but underlying hops peeking through for a moreish finish.
The bock from one of Franconia's biggest regional players: Krug-Bräu is a sure winner with a nice hoppy palate and long dry finish
Krug-Bräu Winterbier is a dark rich Festbier with a touch of roast and dark pumpernickel before the semi-dry finish.
Krug Kraft-Stoff is craft beer version of their bottled version of their Urstoff. It's a very drinkable brew with a semi-dry finish.
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.