Heavyweight Championship of Beers: Round 9 Schlenkerla Fastenbier vs Eiche

Schlenkerla is the most renowned of Rauchbier/Smoke beer breweries. They have a great line-up of seasonal beers and in this comparison, we look at their spring Fastenbier and winter Eiche.

Heavyweight Championship of Beers: Round 8 Schlenkerla Urbock vs Eiche

Schlenkerla is the most renowned of Rauchbier/Smoke beer breweries. They have a great line-up of seasonal beers and in this comparison, we look at their autumn Urbock. and winter Eiche.

Klosterbräu Bock

Klosterbräu Bock is a balanced Hellerbock with a semi-dry palate and lingering finish. Deceptive at 7%.

Heavyweight Championship of Beers: Round 7 Schlenkerla Urbock vs Kräusen

Schlenkerla is the most renowned of Rauchbier/Smoke beer breweries. They have a great line-up of seasonal beers and in this comparison, we look at their summery Kräusen and autumn Urbock.

Bayer (Zum Grünen Baum) Sauerkirsch Geheimnis

Bayer Maibock is a great dry, Hellerbock with some apricot in the nose and palate and a long dry, slightly bitter finish.

Fäßla Zwergla

Fässla Zwergla is a rich dark malty brew with some some grain in the balanced palate. The finish is clean, semi-dry and semi-bitter.

beers in mugs and bottles

Heavyweight Championship of Beers: Round 6 Schlenkerla Fastenbier vs Kräusen

Schlenkerla is the most renowned of Rauchbier/Smoke beer breweries. They have a great line-up of seasonal beers and in this comparison, we look at their pre-Easter Fastenbier and autumn Urbock.

Günther-Bräu Maibock

Günther Maibock is a nicely balanced Hellerbock with fine interplay of rich malt and grain along with ample hops to dry things out in the lingering bittersweet finish.

Heavyweight Championship of Beers: Round 5 Schlenkerla Urbock vs Fastenbier

Schlenkerla is the most renowned of Rauchbier/Smoke beer breweries. They have a great line-up of seasonal beers and in this comparison, we look at their pre-Easter Fastenbier and autumn Urbock.

Bayer (Zum Grünen Baum) Maibock

Bayer Maibock is a great dry, Hellerbock with some apricot in the nose and palate and a long dry, slightly bitter finish.