Hönicka Bräu Zoigl on tap

Hönicka Bräu Zoigl is a balanced malty brew with a nice mix of grain and hops before the semi-dry moreish finish. As far as I can see, it's not available in bottles and there might not ba any other place do drink it than at the Kösseinehaus.

Hönicka Bräu Landbier hell on tap

Hönicka Bräu Landbier hell is a balanced malty brew with a nice mix of grain and hops before the semi-dry moreish finish. It's very drinkable at 4.8% and there's no nicer place to do that than at the Kösseinehaus.

Hönicka Bräu Wonnesud Dunkles Spezialbier on tap

Hönicka Bräu Wonnesud Dunkles Spezialbier is a richly malty brew with some roast before the semi-dry moreish finish. It's very drinkable at 5.4% and there's no nicer place to do that than at the Kösseinehaus.

Ulrich Martin Josephi Bock from gravity barrel at Bockanstich

Ulrich Martin is a traditional brewery lovingly restored by the man himself. The Josephi Bock is fantastic bock full of rich malt and fine hops. The lingering finish is moreishly semi-dry, making for a dangerous 7% brew. Their Bockanstich is legendary and for good reason. Try to get to one if you are in the area at the right time. You won't regret it.

Göller Helles Bockbier

Göller is a gorgeous balanced Hellerbock with a crafty hop profile which dries it out supremely in the lingering finish.

Weiherer Zapfenduster Hofzfassgelagert

Weiherer is a great brewery with both traditional and craft beer offerings. This oak barrel aged version of their already gorgeous Imperial Stout is a majestic example of how barrel aging can work. It’s a richly malty contemplative brew with a complex mix of oak, dried fruit, chocolate and coffee. It sounds like an odd combination but the flavors meld beautifully. The lingering finish is quite dry for 7.8% with a pleasant bitterness which makes it incredibly drinkable.

Hetzel Frauendorfer Hell

Frauendorfer Hell is a balanced malty brew with fair hopping and a semi-dry, semi-bitter finish. At 4.4%, it's a great session beer.

Grasser Urtyp Hell (bottle)

One of Franconia's brewing legends resides in Huppendorf. This Hells is a fine and refreshing example of the style with a semi-dry moreish finish and more hops than most.

Hütten Bock

Hütten Bock is a richly malty heady golden brew at 7.2%. There' some honey in both the nose and plate before the lingering semi-dry finish.