Leikeim beers are brewed and bottled in Germany by the Brauhaus Leikeim.
Schwarzes - This 4.9% ABV beer pours a very dark black in color, with a half inch of light brown head. The aroma is malt, grain, straw, with a bit of roasted sweetness. The smell is predominantly of German lager. The taste follows the aroma, with a wave of lager taste, followed by a more subtle wave of dark roasted malt, almost coffee. The finish is dry. This is a nice black lager.
Kellerbier - This beer is also 4.9% ABV and pours a hazy orange in color. There is a quarter inch of white, fairly dense, foam that leaves layers of sticky lacing on the glass. The aroma is malty, earthy, nutty, grain. The taste is a deep, rich, toasted, nutty maltiness, but still more like a lager than a nut brown ale. God this beer is good.
Premium - Yet another 4.9% offering from Leikeim. This beer pours a pale golden yellow straw in color. There is a quarter-inch of white foam. The aroma is grain, corn, slightly sweet, with a touch of grass and apples. This smells much more like an American lager than a German one. The taste is much better than the aroma, a rich, deep grain with a pleasingly bitter finish that counteracts the slight sweetness in the malt. This is a tasty lager, but is missing the "funk" that is normally found in German lagers (I, for one, enjoy that funkiness).
Steinbier - This 5.8% ABV beer pours a hazy orange-amber in color with a quarter-inch of white head. The aroma is very malty, slightly caramel sweet. The taste is deeply malty, roasted, toasted and nutty, with a crisp and bitter finish. Excellent.
Wintertraum - This 5.4% beer pours a crystal clear yellow golden in color, with a quarter-inch of pure white head. The aroma is slightly sweet grain with a bit of apple and grass. The taste is grain and corn with a smoothly bitter finish. This tastes like an above-average American adjunct lager.