Göller Sommerbier is a perfect for summer brew full of floral hops in the nose and a lightly citrusy plate.
Drei Kronen Kerwa Märzen is an unfiltered amber Märzen with a malty palate and some grainy elements. Hops come out in the finish, drying it out nicely.
Göller Märzen is quite dry and fruity for the style with a lingering semi-dry finish. The Göller beers while not always overly concerned with style restrictions are getting better every time I go out there.
Drei Kronen Märzen is a nice dry Craft Beer take on the traditional style, While malty, it is much drier than is typical of the style and yet maintains fairly low bitterness.
Eckerts Kellerbier is contract brewed for them by the Drei Kronen in Memmelsdorf. It's a lovely fruity, dry hoppy beer with a lingering finish.
Göller Bock is supremely dry for the style with a dry malty plate and lingering finish.
The Bamberg Countryside Breweries Experience and Brewing Heartland Experience are two great walking tours which take you off the beaten path and out into the beautiful Franconian countryside. You can be sure to drink beers you will never find back home and eat the local delicacies.
Beerwanderers is not only an information resource for the beer and hiking trails of Bavaria but also a full service provider of guided hiking tours which bring the traveler to breweries often not visited by walking on paths rather than riding in a tour bus. Get off the bus and feel the earth move under your feet.
The Bamberg Countryside Breweries Experience is an easy 9km/6mile hike in Franconia Switzerland which takes in five small regional breweries. Join Beer Hiking Bavaria author Rich Carbonara to find the best beers and foods along the way.
Göller Bock is a malty and essentially one-dimensional Bock which is fairly light-bodied for the style and lacks and true complexity you typically seek out in such a beer.