Freshly Brewed According to the Bavarian Reinheitsgebot.

“Reinheitsgebot”
[ˈra͜inha͜it͜sɡəboːt]

The \'Oldest Food Law\' (1516) guarantees the quality and purity of beer. Only four ingredients are allowed: water, malt, hops and yeast.

Our Paulaner Beer.

How the Finest Munich Art of Brewing Tastes.

  • Paulaner Hefe-Weissbier naturtrüb
  • Paulaner Ur-Dunkel
  • Paulaner Hefe-Weissbier dunkel
  • Paulaner Münchner Hell
  • Paulaner Hefe-Weissbier non-alcoholic
  • Paulaner Salvator
  • Paulaner Hefe-Weissbier naturtrüb

    Our Hefe-Weissbier is a fresh, fruity beer garden classic – naturally cloudy, amber-colored with a strong, white head. Right at the pour, this Weissbier exudes a light banana aroma. Delicate notes of yeast combine with top-fermented fruit flavours. The first impression mild, characterized by a well-balanced sweetness, developing into a zesty and refreshing experience.
    Beer style: South German style wheat beer | Alcohol: 5,5 % | Original wort: 12,5 % | Food suggestion: Pairs well with most dishes.

  • Paulaner Ur-Dunkel

    Our Ur-Dunkel is brewed according to the original recipe, traditionally with dark barley malt, unveiling pleasant notes of caramel and roasted malt. The use of the historical hops Hallertauer Tradition is adding a fruity aroma to this unfiltered beer specialty.
    Beer style: German style dark beer | Alcohol: 5,0 % | Original wort: 12,7 % | Food suggestion: Dark meats, dark vegetables, alpine cheese, sweet desserts.

  • Paulaner Hefe-Weissbier dunkel

    Our Hefe-Weißbier Dunkel makes quite an impression in the glass with its auburn-chestnut glow. Underneath the strong, cream-colored foam head, roasted banana and caramel undertones blend creating a ripe, tropical taste with a roasted character. Unfiltered, strong, robust. But still smooth and pleasant on the palate.
    Beer style: German style dark wheat beer | Alcohol: 5,3 % | Original wort: 12,4 % | Food suggestion: Dark meats, dark vegetables, hearty dishes, savory cheese varieties, sweet desserts.

  • Paulaner Münchner Hell

    Our Münchner Hell is a delightfully drinkable beer: mild, elegant malt, with a hint of sweetness. Clear and light-golden under a compact head, it presents itself well in the glass. A pleasant malt aroma is complemented by mild notes of hops. It unveils its strength and sweetness with every sip through its perfect balance of malt and hoppy bitterness.
    Beer style: German style lager | Alcohol: 4,9 % | Original wort: 11,5 % | Food suggestion: Light meats, light vegetables, heavy foods high in fat.

  • Paulaner Hefe-Weissbier non-alcoholic

    With only 100 calories per half-liter, our non-alcoholic can be deceiving with its full Weissbier taste – unfiltered, zesty, refreshing. Weissbier’s characteristic fruit and yeast aromas meet light malty notes. Mild and with a slender body, our non-alcoholic Weissbier unveils its characteristic top-fermented, fruity taste. The ideal isotonic thirst quencher for active recreation or to regenerate after exercising.
    Beer style: German style wheat beer non-alcoholic | Alcohol: < 0,5 % | Original wort: 7,5 % | Food suggestion: Light dishes.

  • Paulaner Salvator

    We’ve been brewing Salvator according to a traditional recipe handed down to us for over 375 years. Malty with a well-balanced sweetness. The foam head is a caramel hue with a slight reddish shimmer - a chestnut brown beer combined with an enticing scent of chocolate. Gentle on the palate as it develops in the mouth – the warm, intense and full-bodied character of our Salvator is rounded off by a slight hint of hops.
    Beer style: German style double bock | Alcohol: 7,9 % | Original wort: 18,3 % | Food suggestion: Dark meats, heavy foods high in fat, bold / spicy dishes, savory cheese varieties.

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"Good, Better, Paulaner" is our quality standard

Paulaner’s top priority is to bring the tasty Paulaner beer to us in optimum quality. Once it has arrived here, we want to maintain the brewery's quality standard right up to the point of serving it in your glass. So that the beer tastes exactly as if it came straight from the brewery's tank, the correct handling of our beer is very important to us.

Beer specialities from Munich

Munich is the world capital of beer. Paulaner has stood for the art of brewing since 1634. Paulaner inspires people with passion and pride for its art of brewing and its beer culture - "dahoam" and throughout the world. For almost 400 years Paulaner has been producing flavorful and expertly brewed beer ("handcrafted"). Not a trend, but at Paulaner handcraft is tradition!

Tasting is above studying

Paulaner is known for its excellent naturally cloudy “Hefe-Weißbier”. However, we also serve numerous other Bavarian beer specialities. To make your decision easier, just try one of our tasting boards. We will be happy to advise you!

The Essence of the Beer

An icebuck has always been something special. With our essence of beer, we bring this tradition to the centre of your social gathering. The driving of the icebuck out of a block of ice is an experience. As a digestive, it is a worthy conclusion to a convivial and tasteful evening and turns a conclusion into an exclamation mark!

“Beer stacheln” - a venerable tradition

The "Stacheln" is a ceremony with which we celebrate and emphasize the enjoyment of beer. The archaic encounter of red-hot iron and ice-cold Paulaner beer creates a tension that sets a highlight in convivial company. Until the sting heats up over an open flame, anticipation and excitement rise, and at the same time a forum for discussions on the topic of beer enjoyment is created. Enjoy the cool beer together with the warm foam - certainly not an everyday treat.

Our beer menu

Come by and take a look at our beer menu. From it you can choose your favourite beer. Our selection of top- and bottom-fermented beers - from the barrel and from the bottle - is large. We also offer other drinks - with or without alcohol. Our beer variety is rounded off by seasonal specialities: e.g. Oktoberfest beer or Salvator.

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