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  • Andechs Hefeweiss
  • Andechs Hefeweiss

    Hefeweiss

    Andechs, Germany
    BEER NOTES: A traditional Bavarian wheat beer, Andechs Hefeweiss has that classic clove and banana aroma as well as a rich and velvety body. It is still brewed at the monastery it always has been, and the recipes have been passed down from brewer to brewer for centuries.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with all kinds of barbecued meat, especially chicken.
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 500ml bottles
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  • Andechs Vollbier
  • Andechs Vollbier

    Helles lager

    Andechs, Germany
    BEER NOTES: One of the less celebrated but still one of the best lagers made in Bavaria. Andechs Vollbier is a rich, biscuity lager with lots of sweetness to balance the crisp bitterness of the Bavarian-grown hops. Still made at the monastery that bears its name, this is a glass of brewing history but still as modern and delicious as ever.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with roasted white meat, fish, barbecues or just on its own when you're really thirsty
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 500ml bottles (4.8% abv)
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  • Flensburger Pilsener
  • Flensburger Pilsener

    German Pilsener

    Flensburg, Germany
    BEER NOTES: German pilsners are supposed to have a super-light body and lots of hop bite, and that is exactly what Flensburger Pilsener gives you. Clean bready notes and a bold, crisp finish with enough bitterness to leave you gasping for another bite.
    FOOD & BEER: A delicious aperitif to any kind of food!
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles (4.8% abv)
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  • Fruh Kolsch
  • Fruh Kolsch

    Kolsch

    Cologne, Germany
    BEER NOTES: Neither a lager nor an ale, German Kolsch is a style of beer unique to the Cologne part of Germany. It is made using an ale yeast to get some fruity flavours, but is then conditioned at very low lager-like temperatures to make it exceptionally smooth like a German helles. It's a hugely freshing but very floral style, and Fruh is perhaps the most celebrated of them all.
    FOOD & BEER: A wonderful match for creamy sauces and soft cheese
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 20 x 500ml bottles (4.8% abv)
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  • Hacker-Pschorr Gold
  • Hacker-Pschorr Gold

    Munich lager

    Munich, Bavaria
    BEER NOTES: A much-loved premium lager beer from one of Munich’s most historic breweries. The deep-gold body is packed with full-on sweet malt flavour, light floral hoppy aroma and a delicate bitterness on the finish. This is a very smooth and drinkable beer that you will keep coming back to.
    FOOD & BEER: Great with charcuterie, pizza, salmon and seafood. Cuts through spicy Indian food, and is great in the summer with a barbecue.
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 500ml, 30 litre keg (5.5% abv)
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  • Hacker-Pschorr Hefeweizen
  • Hacker-Pschorr Hefeweizen

    HEFE WEISSE BIER

    Munich, Bavaria
    BEER NOTES: Spicy clove, coriander and banana all play leading roles in both the aroma and taste, with satisfying bready malt as the backbone. Because it's unfiltered it's almost opaque, with a lovely smooth mouthfeel and a gorgeous creamy head. It's undoubtedly one of Bavaria’s finest beers.
    FOOD & BEER: Excellent with seafood pasta, fishcakes and smoked salmon. Traditional Bavarian accompaniment to white sausage.
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 500ml, 30 litre keg (5.5% abv)
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  • Hacker-Pschorr Hell
  • Hacker-Pschorr Hell

    MUNICH HELL LAGER

    Munich, Bavaria
    BEER NOTES: With a luxuriant white foam, fragrant bouquet and dry finish, Munich Hell is a brilliant example of Hells lager, which is brewed to the German purity law. It's a little lighter in colour, flavour and alcohol than the Gold, which makes it a great session beer.
    FOOD & BEER: Perfect with roast pork and sausages, just as it would be enjoyed in Bravaria.
    BEER INFORMATION: 50 litre keg (5% abv)
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  • Hacker-Pschorr Kellerbier Anno 1417
  • Hacker-Pschorr Kellerbier Anno 1417

    Bavarian Helles Lager

    Munich, Germany
    BEER NOTES: Kellerbiers are the unfiltered, unpasteurised versions of a German brewery's main beer and usually the favourite beer of any brewer who works there. Leaving the hop and yeast particles in the beer gives it a gorgeous creamy mouthfeel and a sweeter flavour, without affecting that signature crisp bitter finish of all great German lagers. Hacker-Pschorr's Kellerbier is truly one of the best lagers in the world.
    FOOD & BEER: Brilliant with meaty fish or, more traditionally, white sausage.
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 500ml bottle, 30 litre keg (5.5% abv)
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  • Hopf Helle Weiss
  • Hopf Helle Weiss

    HELLE WEISSE BIER

    Miesbach, Bravaria, Germany
    BEER NOTES: Brewed at the highly respected Hopf brewery in the picturesque town of Miesbach, Hopf Helle Weisse is a little gem! With a lighter body than classic hefeweisses, but with the same moreish taste, this beer is just so drinkable. Anyone who likes Bavarian wheat beer or Belgian wit bier will fall for this beauty, which is regarded as one of the best in the world.
    FOOD & BEER: Pairs well with white fish, poultry and pork. Will stand up well to cream-based sauces.
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 500ml, 50 litre keg (5.3% abv)
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  • Jever
  • Jever

    Pilsener lager

    Jever, Germany
    BEER NOTES: Jever is a pilsener from Northern Germany famous for its rich, smooth bitterness and clean, refreshing body. The bitterness is thanks to the huge amounts of German hops in the boil as well as the famous hard regional water which helps add complexity and depth for the hop flavour.
    FOOD & BEER: A beer so bold it's best enjoyed on its own
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 500ml bottles (4.9% abv)
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  • Paulaner Hefe-weissbier
  • Paulaner Hefe-weissbier

    GERMAN Hefe-weissbier

    Munich, Bavaria
    BEER NOTES: The definitive Bavarian style wheat beer from this internationally revered brewery. A hazy, glowing deep orange body is topped by a towering white head. The unique Paulaner yeast strain delivers upfront fragrant cloves and citrus notes which refreshingly cut through the satisfying full malt and wheat bready body. A real beauty!
    FOOD & BEER: A classic partner to bratwurst and white sausage, Also a great pairing to lemony salmon, sea bass or trout, and shellfish however you cook it.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml cans, 24 x 330ml bottles, 20 x 500ml bottles, 30 litre keg (5.5% abv)
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  • Paulaner Hefe-weissbier Alcohol Free
  • Paulaner Hefe-weissbier Alcohol Free

    ALCOHOL-FREE WEISSBIER

    Munich, Bavaria
    BEER NOTES: If you're driving, taking a day off drinking or just plain don't drink, this is a full-flavoured and refreshing alternative to normal beer. While many low-alcohol beers taste thin and sweet, this hefeweiss gets a full body and flavour from the yeast and wheat it uses, and has a fruity aroma and medium sweetness with a dry finish.
    FOOD & BEER: A perfect matching for pan-fried fish, white sausages or many light Greek dishes.
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 500ml (0% abv)
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  • Paulaner Hefe-weissbier dunkel
  • Paulaner Hefe-weissbier dunkel

    DARK HEFE-WEISSBIER

    Munich, Bavaria
    BEER NOTES: A delicious dark and rich beer. It pours deep chestnut brown with a towering creamy head. Luxuriant citrus, cloves and banana hit you on the nose, and a full yeasty, malty body leads on to more fruity banana and cloves on the palate, with an underlying caramel sweetness and biscuity finish.
    FOOD & BEER: Excellent with grilled sausages and mature or smoked hard cheeses. Perfect with pot-roast pork and veal schnitzel.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 20 x 500ml bottles, 30 litre keg (5.5% abv)
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  • Paulaner Munich Dunkel
  • Paulaner Munich Dunkel

    Dark Lager

    Munich, Bavaria
    BEER NOTES: Great example of the original lager style, which pre-dates light coloured pilsners and helles by several centuries. Paulaner Munich Dunkel pours a deep mahogany brown with a creamy tan head. A sweet malt aroma leads on to a toasted bready body which is beautifully balanced by caramel and chocolate notes. A rewarding dry finish completes this fine dark beer.
    FOOD & BEER: This robust beer stand up particularly well to roasted meat, and is a great match to spicy barbecued pork and chicken.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 20 x 500ml bottles, 30 litre keg (5% abv)
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  • Paulaner Munich Hell
  • Paulaner Munich Hell

    HELLES LAGER

    Munich, Bavaria
    BEER NOTES: Dating back some 375 years, Paulaner can rightly claim to be a cherished Bavarian institution. Paulaner Munich Hell is a golden lager with a full malty body, balanced by an elegant hoppy bite and a crisp, refreshing finish. The drink of choice in the biergartens of this great city, this classic Helles lager is Bavaria’s most popular lager.
    FOOD & BEER: Excellent with grilled shrimp, white fish, barbecued sausages and pork.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml bottles, 20 x 500ml bottles, 2 x 5 litre mini keg, 30 litre keg (4.9% abv)
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  • Paulaner Salvator
  • Paulaner Salvator

    BAVARIAN DOUBLE BOCK

    Munich, Germany
    BEER NOTES: It is the original Bavarian double bock, Paulaner Salvator is still based on the original 1773 recipe of the revered brewer, Brother Barnabus. Deep brown in appearance, Salvator has a sweet toffee and lightly spiced aroma. Caramel malt and warming alcohol lead the flavour profile, with background hints of oak and liquorice.
    FOOD & BEER: Salvator has the punch to stand up to rich roasted game and pork, or fiery and spicy beef dishes such as chilli.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (7.9% abv)
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  • Rothaus Tannenzapfle Pilsner
  • Rothaus Tannenzapfle Pilsner

    Pilsener lager

    Black Forest, Germany
    BEER NOTES: A little known gem of the German brewing world, Rothaus Pilsner has more in common with the Bohemian pilsners of the Czech Republic than the light, hoppy pilsners of Northern Germany. It has a rich, brioche-like body followed by swathes of heady bitterness and hoppy aroma.
    FOOD & BEER: Fantastic with rich, creamy sauces, pastas and, of course, pork sausages.
    BEER INFORMATION: 24 x 330ml (5.1% abv)
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  • Schlenkerla Marzen
  • Schlenkerla Marzen

    Smoked dark lager

    Bamburg, Germany
    BEER NOTES: Schlenkerla is a world-famous brewpub in Bamberg, known for its unique and incredible smoked beers. They make a wide variety of classic German styles, all brewed with malt they have smoked themselves over beechwood. This marzen is a dark, slightly sweet lager given an alluring campfire and smoked bacon edge by the malt. It has to be tried to be believed.
    FOOD & BEER: Amazing with anything smoked, roasted or barbecued from beef to vegetables.
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 500ml bottles (5.1% abv)
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  • Tegernseer Hell
  • Tegernseer Hell

    Helles lager

    Tegernsee, Germany
    BEER NOTES: An underrated, classic Bavarian Helles with light and biscuity body, smooth lemony bitterness and a finish so lightning quick you nearly miss it. Tegernseer is one of the most drinkable and refined beers in the world, and a brilliant thirst quencher.
    FOOD & BEER: Best on its own to appreciate the subtle flavours
    BEER INFORMATION: 20 x 500ml bottles (4.8% abv)
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