Beer Spaten, Munchen Hell, in can, 500 ml
- Minimum order is 24 pieces. Price is per piece
- Fermentation type:
- Strength: 5.2%
- Volume: 500 ml
Beer pure gold color with bright white cap.
Full, fresh, smooth, beverage taste sweetish malt beer disclosed tones, hints of lemon, biscuit, hops, nuances of the earth. The finish is dry, with a slight bitterness.
The aroma is dominated by beer hop and grassy notes, felt fine shades of malt and citrus.
Beer goes well with homemade German cuisine, different cheeses, salads, red and white (pork) meat, fish, shellfish.
Munchen Hell beer from Spaten Brewery with pronounced notes of malt has a perfectly balanced hop aroma. This beer can be called "golden symbol" Munich brewery, which for years has been synonymous with quality and tradition. Beer is brewed according to the German Purity Law of brewing from 1516, which was published by Duke Wilhelm IV of Bavaria and read, "that henceforth allowed to brew beer only from malt, hops and water." It is because of these ingredients - Bavarian malt and hops, as well as the water from their own deep wells - the company produces beer Spaten.
One of the oldest breweries in Bavaria - Spaten, which translated from German means "shovel", was founded in 1397. Spaten beer has become the hallmark of Bavarian brewing. His loved and appreciated not only in Germany, but also around the world. All beers are made from high quality raw materials in accordance with the Purity Law of 1516. Spaten Brewery is not only the keeper of traditions of brewing, but also an innovator in this field. It is the Spaten brewery world's first tests were carried out of the steam engine and launched the first refrigeration unit, and in 1894 became the first Spaten brewery in Munich, producing a light lager.
Spaten brewery is famous for its beer and Oktoberfest, is a symbol of the main annual beer festival "Oktoberfest". Today, Spaten, which is one of the largest breweries in Germany, not only produces beer under its own brand, but also such well-known brands as Lowenbrau and Franziskaner.