Greif Edel-Pils is malty for the style but there is fair hopping, making for a very sessionable beer closer to a hoppy Helles. The lingering semi-dry finish is moreish.
Neder Pils is a fine cross between a traditional Pils and a Helles with more body and malt than the former and more hops than the latter. It's a tough balancing act but it pulls it off.
Meinel-Bräu Keller is a sessionable Pils with a grainy/hoppy palate and semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Gundel Pils is a dry hoppy brew session beer with a clean, dry, bitter finish.
Spalter Preimium Pils is true to style clean, dry German Pils with a fine nose of Spalter hops which carries over into the semi-dry, semi-bitter finish.
Sauer Kellerbier is a great dry fruity session beer best enjoyed at their Felsenkeller in summer.
While Gradl is justifiably most noted for their amazing Dunkles, their Pils is one of the better examples in Franconia with a nice mix of grain and hops. The pleasant bitterness in the finish is moreish.
Dorn-Bräu Pils is a lovely dry Pils with Spalter hops which make for crisp beer which isn't overly bitter but is quite dry.
Düll Pils is a dry Pils with a clean bitter finish and is one of Franconia's best.
Wagner-Bräu Pils is a dry fruity session beer with fair hopping for a clean, bitter finish.