Today's beer is Quirinus from Tegernseer.
In the glass the beer is a deep copper with a nicely sized white head. On the nose it's the stereotypical 'liquid bread' that you'd expect from this style of beer, along with some toasty and caramel notes. The beer tastes initially a bit fruity, followed up by the deep maltiness that was so apparent on the nose.
Another brilliant example of German brewing, although I think the Ayinger Winter Bock from a few days ago pips this to the post.