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20 x Paulaner Original Munchner Hell Beer Bottle Case 500ml

$83.08 $100.00 RRP Save $16.92


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Alcohol percentage 4.9
Bottle volume ml 20 x 500ml
Brand Paulaner
Gift box No
Country of origin Germany

Description

A true Lager beer needs four ingredients: Water, barley malt, hops and yeast. The fact that, despite this, every beer tastes different is due to the quality of the ingredients and the care taken in the brewing process. The brewmasters were among the first to bring Münchner Hell to the Bavarian pumps. Today it is one of the world’s favourite beers. The recipe for success remains: A perfect balance of malty character and the light bitterness of the hops. We rely on local barley malts only. At first, strong in flavour and slightly sweet like a summer day when you drink it. Afterwards, a light touch of hops follows: Not bitter hops, but 100% “Hallertauer Tradition”. For us, one of the finest, most delicious and aromatic hops worldwide. Good enough for this traditional Munich beer, which is ideal to accompany meals like spicy spare ribs. Just try it!

Expert Review

“A true classic of essential Munich and Bavarian food and drinks. Clear and sparkling bright golden in the glass, crowned by a pure white head, it is usually drunk in the shade of a chestnut tree according to tradition. A beer which always goes down well: mild, elegant malts with a hint of sweetness and a soft hint of hops in the background. This is pure Bavarian life style!

The fine aroma of the Münchner Hell is the perfect accompaniment for flavourful dishes. So do not miss the delicate combination of our Münchner Hell with spicy spare ribs and barbecue sauce.

For the perfect taste experience we recommend to serve the Münchner Hell at a temperature of 7°C.”


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Reviews From Real Customers


Most underrated beer
3 Feb 2019

The Original Hell is probably the least appreciated beer on the planet. It gets no love because everyone likes the more popular Weissbier. Not me. If you like premium lagers that are crisp on the finish and not too hoppy, then pick up this fine specimen.