Klosterbräu Maibock is a richly malty amber Bock with some apricot in the nose and a moreishly dry lingering semi-bitter finish.
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Klosterbräu Kellerbier is a new addition to their line-up and a balanced if slightly bland one it is.
Klosterbräu Bock is a balanced Hellerbock with a semi-dry palate and lingering finish. Deceptive at 7%.
Klosterbräu Rauchbier is the brewery's first modern day foray into smoke beer and a grand one is is.
Klosterbräu Braunbier is the brewery's original one, a malty style of beer brewed once upon a time and worth investigating when you step into the past of its old world pub.
Klosterbräu Schwärzla is the brewery's take on the black beers from just north of Franconia but this is a fuller-bodied example and approaches a stout-like creaminess. If you are looking for some different beers in Bamberg, look no further than Klosterbräu.
One of Germany's finest beers and certainly one of the very best bocks brewed. The dark Christmas bock from Klosterbräu in Bamberg is worth seeking out.