Staffelberg-Bräu Hopfen-Gold Pils is a marvelous example of the style: light and hoppy, with a dry bitter finish.
Trunk Nothelfer Dunkel is a marvelous example of the style: rich and malty with some dark chocolate and a long sem-dry bittersweet finish.
Frauendorfer Vollbier is a great session beer with a dry fruity hoppy palate and slightly bitter finish.
Löwenbräu Hennemann Landbier Dunkles is a bit one dimensional in its bitterness and lacks the roundness associated with the style.
Stublanger Dunkles Lagerbier is a great session Kellerbier with a dry fruity palate and bittersweet finish.
Staffelberg-Bräu Dunkel is a marvelous example of the style: rich and malty with some dark chocolate.
Staffelberg-Bräu Märzen is a marvelous example of the style: rich and malty with some spice, a perfect fall treat.
The Staffelberg area is noted for both its hiking and beer so it shouldn't come as a surprise that there is some fine beer hiking to be had. On a recent trip researching such matters for my upcoming book Beer Hiking Bavaria, I stumbled upon a butcher-cum-brewer in Uetzing who proves quite handily that one … Continue reading The Celtic Road to Beer & Sausages