Schübel a Fränkisch is a balanced Kellerbier with a gorgeous amber hue and pleasantly bitter finish.
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.
Först Keller-Pils is a dry fruity unfiltered Pils with a semi-bitter clean finish.
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.
Maisel Chocolate Bock is an interesting interpretation of cross between a Bock and stout with rich cocoa and bitter chocolate in both the nose and palate. The finish is semi-dry and bittersweet.
Murmann Prinz Eugen Dunkel is an impressive looking dark beer with a massive rocky head and light chocolate notes. Dryish finish makes it easy to drink at 5.1%.
Ebensfelder Hochwürdentrunk is a lightly smoky session beer, great for introducing people to smoke beers.