About The Brand
Since 1634, Paulaner beers have been famed for their unique flavors as has the company's passion for brewing. The skill and expertise of Paulaner's master brewers, the use of the best raw materials, and state-of-the-art technology all guarantee the best product quality. Their wide and diverse portfolio has the right beer for every taste and any occasion. Paulaner is the market leader for wheat beer, and its traditional products convey the typical Munich joie de vivre.
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Paulaner Original Munich Lager
Lager | ABV: 4.9
In Germany, there are provinces or states like we have in the U.S. Munich is the capital city of the province of Bavaria, which is sometimes called Cradle of the Art of Brewing. It's a place where beer is an art form to some and a religion to the rest. Currently, there are just over 1,200 breweries in Germany, 800 in Bavaria alone more than any other country in the world. So to say Germans know beer is an understatement. Munich is the home of the Paulaner Brewery, which exists on the site of the original brewery founded by the Paulaner monks in 1627. Today the brewery is the largest in Munich and Bavaria and still one of the most revered.
Hefeweizen | ABV: 5.5
Paulaner HefeWeizen is the company's flagship style and brings the friendly, relaxed atmosphere of Munich's beer gardens to America. It is a classic Bavarian wheat beer. Yeast retained in the beer is responsible for the cloudy appearance of Paulaner HefeWeizen. A centrifuge process is used with traditional wheat beers to retain the yeast instead of the typical filtering process used with beers that are clear in appearance. Paulaner HefeWeizen contains 60% malted wheat and 40% malted barley.
Paulaner Oktoberfest Marzen
Marzen | ABV: 5.8
The Oktoberfest, the world's greatest folk festival, attracts millions of visitors every year and of course, there's a special beer here too. But, whether it's in a bottle or in a Wies beer mug, the Paulaner Oktoberfest is available the whole year round. Its clear amber color, malty taste, with hints of toffee, and its zesty bitterness will instantly turn your own four walls into an Oktoberfest tent.
Dopplebock | ABV: 7.9
In the early 17th century, a small order of monks migrated from Italy to what is now the city of Munich, the Paulaner monks. During the Lenten season, the monks were mandated to maintain abstinence of all foods other than bread and water. One enterprising young monk, Brother Barnabus, reasoned that since bread contains grains, yeast and herbs it was permissible to brew a hearty, nourishing beverage to help sustain them while not violating their Lenten observance.The beer was named Salvator, in honor of Our Savior, and it became a tradition. Today, Paulaner Salvator is the benchmark for double bock brewing. It is still referred to, among beer aficionados as, Liquid Bread.
Paulaner Weizen Radler NA
Non Alcoholic Beer | ABV: 0
Fruity with natural juice and with less calories as well! In Bavarian beergardens we call this a non-alcoholic Russî. This mix is in a class of its own. It shines matt golden yellow in the glass with citrus and Weissbier aroma. It surprises the palate with waves of lime, orange and lemon flavors. Pleasantly sweet with a touch of dryness, sparkling and always refreshing. Just right for a short break during a busy day.