Paulaner, the classic German brewery established in Munich 1634, is refreshing things with a Grapefruit Radler this summer. Grapefruit Radler has been a hit in Germany, and will be released in the U.S. for the first time in the following weeks. Fans of more straight-up German ales and lagers may also want to reach for Paulaner Hefe-Weizen or Münchner Munich Lager.
The Grapefruit Radler is available in 16.9 oz 4-pack cans, making it easy to bring to outside, summer events.
Natural. Fruity. Not too sweet. It will certainly be the best-tasting Grapefruit Radler yet and with much less sugar too. It’s the perfect mixture: 50% smooth Münchner Lager and 50% natural grapefruit with only 2.5% alcohol. It’s made with 100% natural ingredients without artificial additives so it’s delicious, balanced avor is matched only with its pure ingredients. Would you expect anything less from Germany’s premier brewer? 2.5% ABV | IBU 13
The Paulaner Brewmasters have perfected a unique technique with “yeast suspension,” resulting in a uniform, slightly hazy appearance, consistent quality and perfect taste. This traditional, unfiltered Hefe-Weizen is naturally hazy and warm, silky gold under a strong head of foam. At first nose, some will detect a hint of banana aroma followed by a subtle trace of mango and pineapple delivering a balance between sweet and bitter. Overall, bier connoisseurs appreciate the incomparable flavor of Paulaner Hefe-Weizen for its mix of aromas and refreshing taste. It’s perfect in a broad range of occasions, including traditional outdoor biergartens. Prost!
Paulaner Münchner Lager
One of the most popular Munich lagers. Our brewmasters were among the rst to bring Munich lager to Bavarian taps. The recipe for success remains: A perfect balance of malty character and the light bitterness of hops. It is a true classic with its clear, gold sparkling hue, crowned by a pure white head. A bier which always goes down well: mild, elegant malts, with a hint of sweetness and a soft hint of hops in the background. This Munich bier is ideal to accompany spare ribs and spicy dishes. Just try it!
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