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.

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Heavyweight Championship of Beers: Round 6 Schlenkerla Fastenbier vs Kräusen

Schlenkerla is the most renowned of Rauchbier/Smoke beer breweries. The 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. The 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.

Bayer (Zum Grünen Baum) Knörzla

Bayer Knörzla is yet another gorgeous session beer with a dryish palate and bitter finish.

Bayer (Zum Grünen Baum) Landbier

Bayer Landbier is a gorgeous session beer with an unfolding grain element and dryish, slightly bitter finish.

Klosterbräu Rauchbier

Klosterbräu Rauchbier is the brewery's first modern day foray into smoke beer and a grand one is is.

Klosterbräu Braunbier

Klosterbräu Braunbier is the brewery's original one, a malty style of beer brewed once upon a time and worth investigating when you step into the past of its old world pub.

Klosterbräu Schwärzla

Klosterbräu Schwärzla is the brewery's take on the black beers from just north of Franconia but this is a fuller-bodied example and approaches a stout-like creaminess. If you are looking for some different beers in Bamberg, look no further than Klosterbräu.