Hummel Helles is a relatively if unspectacular Helles with a lingering, semi-dry finish.
Hummel Maibock is a richly malty Bock with floral hops in both the nose and palate and a hint of honey. It's a dangerous 7%.
Hummel Festbier dunkel is a decent and interesting Festbier as I find it refreshing to see a dark one. Good balance and drinkability with just a hint of chocolate.
Hummel Zwickel is nice example of the style with floral hops in both the nose and palate. The lingering finish is just dry enough to make it moreish.
Hummel Dunkler Bock is a richly malty Bock with a hint of chocolate in both the nose and palate. It's a dangerous 7.5%.
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Hummel Cowboy Schwarzbier isn't typical of the style but it's a tasty enough dark beer worth trying if you don't confine it to a mold.
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Hummel Pils is a dry balanced example of the style with a touch of grain before the clean, semi-dry, slightly bitter finish.
Hummel Spezial falls into the Märzen style with a deep amber hue and richly malty palate with some toasted elements before the semi-dry finish.