Geyer Kellerbier is a balanced, hoppy Kellerbier with a clean semi-bitter finish. It's perfect for an afternoon at Geyers Felsenkeller.
The Klosterbrauerei Glocken Hell is a classic example of the style with a balanced malty palate and clean finish.
The Klosterbrauerei Weissenoher Pils is a fine, semi-dry German Pils with a clean finish.
The Klosterbrauerei Classic Export is darker than most in the style but the malty chewiness is well-balanced by fair hopping. Another winner from Weissenohe.
Elch-Bräu Nix Amore Helles may not be a great Helles but it's a very nice ale-like amber brew with floral hops in the nose and palate.
Fischer Das Pils is an excellent example of the style with a balanced palate featuring hops and grain before a semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Fischer Das Helle is a gorgeous beer with a balanced palate featuring more hops than most in the style. The semi-dry, semi-bitter finish is moreish.
Fischer Das Spezial is a premier example of this very Franconian malt forward style which manages to be dry without being bitter in the least.
Engel Kellerbier is a dry grainy example of the style with a lingering, dry, semi-bitter finish.
Stefansbräu Pils is a lightly grainy and quite hoppy example of the style with a clean, dry, bitter finish.