Hofbräu Oberle Dinkelbier is their fruity summer offering from the small house brewery. It's made with spelt, an old form of wheat popular by its German name Dinkel here in Germany. It's similar to but generally a bit sweeter than a Weizen.
Hofbräu Oberle Sommerspritzer is their fruity summer Helles with a hoppy/citrusy palate and a lingering, semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Geyer Kellerbier is a balanced, hoppy Kellerbier with a clean semi-bitter finish. It's perfect for an afternoon at Geyers Felsenkeller.
Hofbräu Oberle Fastenschluck is the brewery's Bock for Lent and a richly malty one it is but with plenty of citrusy hops to counterbalance its hearty 7%. Great stuff!
Hofbräu Oberle Hofbier is their Dunkel with a balanced palate and a lingering, semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Hofbräu Oberle Peterla is their Helles with a balanced palate and a lingering, semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Hofbräu Oberle Hefeweizen is a refreshing wheat beer with a fruity palate and lingering finish.
Hans Heller brews a gorgeous unfiltered richly malty Märzen with hints of caramel and a clean, bittersweet finish.
Brauereigasthof Geyer Pils is a nondescript example of the style with a dry grainy palate and clean semi-bitter finish.
Brauereigasthof Geyer Rotbier is a malty but dry session beer with a clean, finish.