Beck Bräu Lager is a good example of a Franconian old style lager with an amber hue and grainy palate. The finish is semi-dry and slightly bitter.
Maisel Stephan's Indian Ale is a balanced Double IPA with lots of malt backbone and citrusy hops. It's dry and fruity with dry slightly bitter finish.
Maisel Chocolate Bock is an interesting interpretation of cross between a Bock and stout with rich cocoa and bitter chocolate in both the nose and palate. The finish is semi-dry and bittersweet.
Beck Bräu Jahrhundert is tasty Dunkles with some chocolate notes and a clean, semi-dry finish.
Schneider Aventinus Eisbock is a high octane version of their original Weizenbock. At 12%, it's dangerously drinkable and is full of dried fruit before the clean, semi-dry finish.
Schneider Hopfenweisse is a great collaboration between Schneider Weissbier brewing giant and American craft beer innovator Brooklyn Brewing.
This craft beer offering from Sonnen-Bräu is a real winner. It's a dry hoppy treat without being overly bitter.
Klosterbräu Rauchbier is the brewery's first modern day foray into smoke beer and a grand one is is.
Klosterbräu Braunbier is the brewery's original one, a malty style of beer brewed once upon a time and worth investigating when you step into the past of its old world pub.
Klosterbräu Schwärzla is the brewery's take on the black beers from just north of Franconia but this is a fuller-bodied example and approaches a stout-like creaminess. If you are looking for some different beers in Bamberg, look no further than Klosterbräu.