Bayer Maibock is a great dry, Hellerbock with some apricot in the nose and palate and a long dry, slightly bitter finish.
Bayer Knörzla is yet another gorgeous session beer with a dryish palate and bitter finish.
Bayer Landbier is a gorgeous session beer with an unfolding grain element and dryish, slightly bitter finish.
Wolf Pils is a chewy, malty Pils more in the Czech style.
Wolf Urtyp Dunkel is one of the best dark beers I've had in Germany, with a dry hoppy palate that has a chewiness which is hard to describe.
Hübner Lagerbier is a low carbonation, balanced session beer with a clean, slightly bitter finish.
Hönig's Postillon Weiße is a refreshing classic Wießbier, perfect for a post-hike Bierkeller visit.
Först Lagerbier is a great soft malty session beer with just enough dryness to make it moreish.
Brauhaus am Kreuzbreg Imperial Baltic Porter looks promising with its dark black hue and tan head but in the end, you are left with rum & coke.
Brauhaus am Kreuzbreg Zwickel, at least on this particular tasting, was possibly spoiled. It was sour with a yeasty nose.