Tucher Helles Hefeweizen is a yeasty wheat beer how the Franconians like to drink it, Tucher’s own “Sapienza” yeast and “Bagou” wheat malt together with bright barley malts give this Beer its aromatic yeast character. With the first sips you experience the lemon prickly flavor with fullbodied banana and kiwi notes and a long lasting tangy finish.
A dark wheat beer for connoisseurs: combining Tucher’s very own aromatically roasted and very dark “Sapienza” yeast and the power of dark roasted malts gives this Specialty its very aromatic character with a fruity note.
Tucher Kristallweizen - a real wheatbeer but quite peculiar … cyrstal clear and sparkling. The yeast is filtered out gently after brewing yet the gentle fruity flavor remains. This makes the Kristallweizen a distinctive specialty formerly know as “Champagne” wheat.
Its secret is the balanced combination of the “Tucher Urmalz - original Malt” and the “Tucher Roestmalz - roasted Malt” Both Malts are roasted in an elaborate Drumroast method at different temperatures. With this special sense for the Malt a typical franconian Dark developes that can accompany most meals
Clear and golden with a large frothy head Tucher Festbier is an excellent example of a Märzenbier. Brewed specially for the festival season, Tucher Festbier is superb.  It starts with an amazing bready,  but slightly sweet aroma. The Taste is excellent  with a light maltiness and hints of bread, grain,  a little bit of pepper and a subtle honey taste to finish. Not too bitter, not to sweet, this Beer offers the perfect balance of flavors to create the ultimate Festbier.
Taste: Robust with a malty Aroma Color: dark with a yeast cloudiness Original Wort: 11.8% Alcohol by volume: 5.2% Brewing Style: Top fermented Temperature 8C/46F
Taste: Crisp & refreshing, aromatically rounded wheat flavor. Color: light with a yeast cloudiness Original Wort: 11.8% Alcohol by volume: 5.2% Brewing Style: Top fermented Temperature: 7C/44F
Taste:  prickly and fruity Color: brilliantly light & clear Original Wort:  11.6% Alcohol by volume”  5.1% Brewing Style:  top fermented Temperature:  7C/44F
Taste:  strong roasted flavor Color:  fiery dark Original Wort:  12.3% Alcohol by volume: 5% Brewing Style:  Bottom fermented Temperature:  9C/48F
Taste: not too bitter not too sweet Color:  golden Original Wort:  13.2% Alcohol by volume:  5.9% Brewing Style:  Märzenbier Temperature:  7C/44F
Tucher Helles Hefeweizen - Recipe Number 132
Tucher Dunkles Hefeweizen - Recipe Number 136
Tucher Kristallweizen - Recipe Number 134
Tucher Franconian Dark - Receipe Number 051
Tucher Festbier
Doppelbock translates to “double bock” and with 7.5% alcohol Tucher Bajuvator is the prime example of what a Doppelbock should be.  It pours a dark rich chestnut brown with a thick cream colored head. The scentis delectable with malty caramels & hints of fruit.  It has a smooth full bodied mouth feel and notes of toffee caramel, honey & chocolate are aparent with a hint of smoke & spice.
Tucher Bajuvator
Taste:  spciy and smokey Color:  Dark rich chestnut brown Original Wort: 18.3% Alcohol by volume:  7.5% Brewing style: bottom fermented Temperature:  8C/46F