Rothenburg ob der Tauber is a walled medieval wonder located on the Romantic Road in the Franconian part of Bavaria. It's also a great place to sample local beers and hike out to the legendary brewery gem in Spielbach.
Hauf Weihnachts Bier is a rather ordinary Festbier with a malty palate and somewhat sticky finish.
Hauf Export has a richly malty palate with a hint of both caramel and honey. The lingering finish is semi-dry finish and bittersweet.
Dinkelsbühl is a walled medieval wonder located on the Romantic Road in the Franconian part of Bavaria. It's also a great place to sample local beers with three breweries producing a large range of beers.
Hauf Helles Vollbier is a distinct beer from their Edel-Hell with a maltier palate featuring grainy notes. The clean finish is semi-dry.
Hauf Export is a serviceable example of the style with a malty palate and clean, semi-dry finish.
Hauf Dinkelator is a velvety Dopplebock with a richly malty palate and lingering finish.
Friedrich Hauf 1901 Dunkel is a good example of a southern Bavarian Dunkles with some chocolate notes in the otherwise malty palate. The lingering finish is just dry enough to make it moreish and bittersweet.
Hauf-Pils is a dry hoppy example of the style with a clean semi-bitter flavor.
Hauf Helles is a nicely balanced grainy brew with a moreish semi-dry finish.