The motherland of beer. I have been there more then a few times, lucky for me my brother lives there. This last time we drove down through the south and west.

Löwenbräu Original scalp circa 2009

Very light bready malt. Hops add bitter lemon and a noticable amount of skunk on opening it, but the best part it is in vending machines like soda pop. So when your a little thirsty you can hook it up.

Astra Urtyp pelt circa 2009
Clear yellow colour, nice head in one finger thickness which lasts quite long, decent lacing. Aroma is mostly malty. Taste is quite simple malty with growing bitterness which also dominates the aftertaste. The scalp art is nice and the bottle is kinda unique as well. 

Allgäuer Bayrisch Hell scalp circa 2009
Super drinkable beer, especially good on summer nights by the camp fire. The beer pours a bright gold color with good head. Don't get too much on the nose, just some light sweet malt, a touch of honey, and some bread dough. What there is smells pretty nice. Flavors on the palate replicate the nose fairly well, except there is a hint of bitterness on the finish. The beer has some moderate malty sweetness, and is very light and smooth on the palate. How can you beat a beer with this much flavor that clocks in at 4.7% alcohol? Good stuff. Damn good stuff.

Rothaus Pils circa 2009
Bright golden. Thick head. Mild noble hops, mild grainy malt. Light-medium body, fairly fizzy and smoothly malty, with a very nice noble hop flavor. A very good clean beer. I really like the art on this scalp.

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