Grasser Weizenbock is high octane wheat treat with hints of apricot and yeast in both the nose and palate. At 8%, it's dangerously drinkable.
Schübel Dunkel is hoppy for the style with some grain and chocolate for good measure. The finish is dry and bitter.
Schübel Drachenseidla is an excellent Kellerbier with a fine mix of grain and hops in the nose and a hoppy but not overly bitter palate. The finish is dry and bitter.
Becher-Bräu Josefi Bock is a hearty dark contemplative brew of 8.2%, full or rich malt and a hint of dark chocolate. It's dry for its strength and the finish is bittersweet.
Beer Hiking Bavaria is a great guide that details 50 hikes in Bavaria which pass by or end at some of Bavaria's best breweries. This one takes in three small regional breweries and some fine rural Franconian scenery.
Först Keller-Pils is a dry fruity unfiltered Pils with a semi-bitter clean finish.
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.
Hennemann Land-Weiße is a refreashingly fruit Weizen with a yeasty banana nose and semi-dry, fruity palate.
Zum Löwenbräu Märzen Löwe is a balanced brew with cereal in the nose and palate, finishing 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.