Franconia is not only part of Bavaria and there are areas traditionally in Franconia which still are culturally. The Distelhäuser Brauerei and a beautiful landscape are good reasons to explore the Franconian valley of the Main-Tauber.
Distelhäuser Blond is the brewery's most successful foray into Craft Beer. In the Belgian Blond vein, it's fruity with a nice citrusy element and a lingering semi-dry finish.
Distelhäuser Hellerbock is a potent 7.5% Bock to celebrate spring. It uses a variety of both aroma and bittering hops for a complex plate and lingering, semi-dry finish.
Distelhäuser Pils is a lightly hoppy example using a variety of hops including Saphir and Tettnanger. It's clean, semi-dry, semi-bitter finish is moreish.
Distelhäuser Landbier is more in the Rotbier style with a rich malty palate and lingering, semi-dry finish.
Distelhäuser Kellerbier is a top-fermented beer made with wheat malt, making for a fruity refresher.
Distelhäuser Märzen Urstoff is fairly light malty brew with a lingering finish.
Distelhäuser Distel Hell is a clean semi-dry Helles with some grain in the palate and a semi-bitter finish.
Distelhäuser Dunkles Weizen is one of the driest dark wheat beers I've had but features some banana bread in the malty nose.
Distelhäuser Weizen Hell is a fruity sourish wheat beer with a lingering semi-dry finish.