Paulaner Beer Menu

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Paulaner: Purity in Brewing

A German brewer is only permitted to use four ingredients – no more. According to the Bavarian Purity Law of 1516, these are hops, malt, water and now yeast. The Paulaner master brewers only use the region’s best ingredients. The hops approved for Paulaner come from the Hallertau region of Bavaria, the yeast from its own pure culture, the precious brewing malt from the region and the purest, softest brewing water from its own two deep wells on the Nockherberg. The higher quality of the ingredients, the better the beer. The Paulaner experts therefore check everything thoroughly using their considerable experience and good noses.

Paulaner Beers On Tap at O-Fest

Paulaner Hefe-Weizen

Description: Consistently considered one of the best wheat beers in the world, this traditional Bavarian Hefe-Weizen promises a delightful drink the whole way through.

Tasting Notes: Mild and fruity with a delicate yeast flavor and a mere hint of bitterness at the top of the palate. 5.5% ABV, 10 IBU

Ingredients: Pure Bavarian spring water, Hallertau hops, Paulaner’s centuries-old, exclusive yeast strain,
and 60% malted wheat and 40% malted barley.

• Beverage Testing Institute: 92
• Beer Advocate: A
• 96 overall, 99 style

Food Pairings: Pairs especially nice with German cuisine; cheese (tangy Brick, Edam, & Feta); salads (tangy Asian, blue cheese, chicken); meat (roasted chicken, sausage, pork chops, seafood, & shellfish); and finally a perfect fit for any pizza

Paulaner Oktoberfest Märzen

Description: Clear, deep amber with an orange cast, topped by a cream colored head that holds well. Dark toffee notes are revealed with an underlying fruitiness that includes apple, grape, and plum.

Tasting Notes: The finish is dry with a lightly lingering spicy hop. Very well balanced, alternating between a light sweet malt and a crisp bitterness. Medium strength. 5.8% ABV, 21 IBU

Ingredients: Pure Bavarian spring water, Hallertau hops, Paulaner’s centuries-old, exclusive yeast strain,
Pilsner Barley Malt, and Munich Dark Malt.

• 95 style,
• Beverage Testing Institute: 89,
• Draft Magazine: 93

Food Pairings: Pairs well with kase-spatzle, potato salads, various foods with tomato sauce, Mediterranean
cuisine and for dessert, plum cake.


Paulaner Pilsner

Description: A traditional German pilsner, crisp and refreshing with a stiff foamy head.

Tasting Notes: A light, crisp taste and a traditional hoppy finish. Mild, yet dry. 4.9% ABV, 28 IBU.

Ingredients: Pure Bavarian spring water, Hallertau Hops, Paulaner’s centuries-old, exclusive yeast strain,
Pilsner barley malt.

• Style 88
• Beer Advocate: B

Food Pairings: Pairs well with roasted meat, chicken, and fish. It also goes well with spicy Indian or Mexican dishes as well as most Asian cuisines.

Paulaner Orig. Munich Lager

Description: The Paulaner Original Munich Lager is credited as being the first Munich Lager. With its sweet honeyed raisin nut bread aromas it is no wonder this is the most popular Munich Lager.

Tasting Notes: Sweet tangerine, lemon, toast, and golden raisin flavors. Light to medium-bodied. 4.9% ABV, 20 IBU

Ingredients: Pure Bavarian spring water, Hallertau hops, Paulaner’s centuries-old, exclusive yeast strain,
Pilsner Barley Malt.

• 89 style
• Beverage Testing Institute: 89

Food Pairings: Pairs well with sausages, spicy foods, especially Mexican dishes, pastas, and pizzas.


Paulaner Oktoberfest Wiesn

Description: The majestic deep golden color is the first hint that one must try this beer. Earthy aromas of barley and yeast ease you into the centuries old art of German Brewing. Highly drinkable & once only available in the tents of Munich’s Oktoberfest, one can now enjoy the tradition of Oktoberfest in their own home.

Tasting Notes: Large frothy head, low bodied with a nice mouthfeel; there is an overwhelming sweetness. A medium bitterness, but mellow enough to make it highly drinkable. 6.0% ABV, 19IBU

Ingredients: Pure Bavarian spring water, Hallertau hops, and Paulaner’s centuries-old, exclusive yeast strain


• 89 style,
• Beer Advocate: B+

Food Pairings: Trad. Oktoberfest foods pair well with this; Hendln, Schweinshaxen, bratwurst, grilled chicken, pork knuckles, oxen, and giant pretzels.

Paulaner Salvator

Description: Paulaner’s brewing history begins with this beer. It was the Paulaner monks, who invented this unfiltered bottom-fermented double bock. This beer has been brewed for over 375 years – always adhering to the original recipe, with only a few refinements over the years.

Tasting Notes: The head has a caramel hue and the beer is full bodied with a rich, warm chestnut brown color. The taste is unmistakeable, with its smooth chocolate flavour, robust dark caramel maltiness and a light note of hops in the background – providing a nice intensity on the palate. Often copied but never equalled: it’s the father of all double bock beers!

Ingredients: Brewed all-naturally, with Hallertauer, Herkules and Taurus hops along with Munich and Pilsner Malts.

Food Pairings: Such an aromatic beer needs a strong companion. Because of that, roast and other aromatic delicacies fit best to our Salvator. How about a delicious roast duck with plums?