Knoblach's Schammelsdorfer Sommerbier is a balanced brew with mown grass in the otherwise grainy nose and a lingering semi-dry finish.
Knoblach's Pfingstogla is the brewery's Festbier commemorating Whit Sunday. It's a chewy malty treat with a lingering semi-dry finish.
Reckendorfer is a dependable, dry hoppy Pils with a clean semi-bitter finish.
Rittmayer Hallerndorfer Hefeweizen is a serviceable if somewhat bland example of the style.
Rittmayer Maibock is one of the drier Hellerbocks I've come across. The combination of rich malt and obvious hops is something I wish more breweries would attempt. This is my favorite of the Rittmayer line-up.
Hennemann Bock Plus is their regular Bockbier Dunkel dry-hopped with Williamette, giving it some berry in the nose and palate. The finish is exceptionally dry and moreish.
Hennemann Bockbier Dunkel is a rich unfiltered chestnut beauty with a gorgeous rocky tan head and rich malty palate tinged with burnt toffee. There are ample hops to make for a semi-dry bittersweet finish.
Rittmayer Landbier hell is a malty brew with enough hops to keep the finish semi-dry and semi-bitter.
Rittmayer Landbier hell is generally a serviceable beer but on this occasion, it was a buttery mess.
Zehendner brews a Festbier for the neighboring village Wachenröth's Kerwa. It's a full-bodied and richly malty with a hint of caramel.