Wurm Jura Quell Doppelbock is a gorgeous richly malty potent brew of 7.5% with both caramel and roast in the nose and palate before a lingering, semi-dry, bittersweet finish.
Haubrauerei Altstadt's Roter Bock is a richly malty brew with some dried fruit in both the nose and palate before a lingering, somewhat sticky finish.
Tucher Original Nürnberger Rotbier is a balanced malty red lager with a lingering finish.
Bruderherz Mia Lager is an unfiltered Craft Beer take on a traditional Helles, with fair hopping and a lingering semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Bruderherz Roter Lui is an unfiltered balanced red lager with fair hopping for a Rotbier but lacks some harmony overall, especially in the lingering finish.
Tucher Mautkeller Rotes Lagerbier unfiltered is a primarily malty red lager brewed at Tucher's brewpub in the center of the city. Its finish is sticky and in my roundup of the town's Rotbiers, finished last.
Forst-Quell Kupfer is perhaps the brewery's most interesting beer and a fine Rotbier with some milk chocolate in both the nose and palate. It retains the brewery's signature dryness with a clean, semi-dry. bittersweet finish that just says more.
Forstquell-Gold is a refreshingly dry fruity unfiltered Helles with a clean, semi-dry semi-bitter finish that just says more.
Forstquell-Weiße is a refreshingly dry wheat beer with a lingering semi-dry finish that just says more.
Haubrauerei Altstadt's Sommerbier is their summer Craft Beer offering with a citrusy palate and lingering semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.