The classic brown lager style of Munich which developed as a darker, malt-accented beer in part because of the moderately carbonate water. While originating in Munich, the style has become very popular throughout Bavaria (especially Franconia).
Traditionally wheat-based ales originated in Southern Germany, and are a specialty for summer consumption, but generally produced year-round. These are refreshing, fast-maturing beers that are lightly hopped and show a unique banana-and-clove yeast character. These beers often don’t age well and are best enjoyed while young and fresh.
District 6 has a very refreshing easy drinking Lager called the Liberator. Bright golden in colour, and absolutely perfect for summertime. The Pilsner malt they use imparts a wonderful, fresh grain character, reminiscent of European lagers. I’m not too sure what hops has gone in there, but I do not think it is of the Noble variety.