Mixed Pack 6-Pack of German Beer


Gaffel Kölsch:  The laws protecting the brewing of kolsch are as strict as the German Purity Law of 1516. Kolsch beer can only be brewed within the city of Cologne. As the best-known kolsch brewery, Gaffel’s flavor is derived from an ale yeast that is “lagered” (or aged) in cold cellars. Gaffel is pale, faintly fruity with a crisp, hop finish.

Weihenstephaner:  The long storage makes this yellow bright lager, “Original”. With a mild hoppy note and its pleasant, fresh spicy taste it pairs well with a wide array of foods. A good beer takes its time.  A flavorful beer enjoyed with fine pored, white foam. With a mild hoppy note and its pleasant fresh spicy taste, it goes very well with salads, poultry, stews or with a hearty snack. Brewed according to a centuries-old brewing tradition on the Weihenstephan hill.

Dab: Not just a beer. Not just a premium brew. A beer with a glorious history. A beer at home on every continent. A taste that’s appreciated throughout the world. The model for many of the world’s beers.
A real Dortmunder – a symbol of German brewing culture – bright golden color – fine bitter taste – with an elegant note of hops.

Radeberger Pilsner: Radeberger is the first brewery in Germany to brew beer exclusively in the Pilsner style that still exists today. Crowned the official drink by King Friedrich August III of Saxony, Radeberger, a pilsner-style beer brewed near Dresden, is characterized by its dazzling and refreshing taste and has long been enjoyed by German nobility.

Spaten Optimator Doppelbock: The classic German dark beer, bottom fermented ’Doppel Bock’. Full-bodied with a deep dark color and rich roasted malt flavor.

Paulaner Salvator Doppelbock: The bottom-fermented Doppelbock-Bier unites the finest hops and dark barley malt. The Paulaner Salvator with its strong, typically malty taste is the original Paulaner. The Paulaner monks served Salvator as a replacement for food at Lent. Their most famous brewer was Brother Barnabas, who was the head of the Paulaner monastery brewery starting from 1773. Its recipe today is almost the same as it was in Barnabas’ time. In order to protect the original recipe, Paulaner had the trade mark “Salvator” patented in 1896.


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