Pyraser Kellerbier

Pyraser Kellerbier is a great example at 18 IBU of a beer not needing bitterness to attain a moreish dry finish. On tap at Hütt'n, it was a gorgeous beer to behold and even more of a joy to drink.

Hütt’n Hausbräu Hell

 This Helles is brewed by Rittmayer Hallerndorf and the least interesting of the three Hausbiers. If all you drink is light beer, this balanced brew will do the trick. It’s got a zesty element and a lingering semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.

Hütt’n Hausbräu Rot

This Rotbier is brewed by Rittmayer Hallerndorf and while not a world beater, it’s well made with a nice spicy element. It’s certainly better than a few of the Rotbiers in town and has a lingering semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.

Hütt’n Hausbräu Dunkel

Hütt'n Hausbräu Dunkel is brewed for them by Rittmayer in Hallerndorf. It's a malty dark brew with a touch of chocolate and a lingering, semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.

Dreykorn Edel Pils

Dreykorn Edel Pils is a dry hoppy example of the style with a lingering, semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.

Dreykorn Dunkel

Dreykorn Dunkel i is a malty dark brew with a lingering, semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.

Bierwerk Grufti

Bierwerk Grufti is a malty Kellerbier with a lingering, semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.

Bierwerk Werkbier

Bierwerk Werkbier is a richly malty Märzen which is rounded and spicy with a lingering semi-dry finish.

Kesselring Schlemmer Weissbier

Kesselring Schlemmer Weissbier is a balanced fruity wheat beer with a sourish palate and lingering finish.

Ebern Genussfestival 2024: A Beer Enjoyment Odyssey

The Genussfestival 2024 was held in medieval marvel Ebern in the Hassberg County of Lower Franconia. Four regional breweries (Göller/Zeil, Bayer/Theinheim, Raab/Hofheim and Hartled/Maroldsweisach) along with communal breweries from Dörflis and Ebern were on hand. A great time was had by all.