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Bavarian beer in the “Munich style”

Bavarian tradition, the archetype of the Munich beer, you can taste its history – this is Hofbräu Dunkel. Long before wheat beers and lagers wetted the throats of Germans, the bottom-fermented dark beer was quenching the thirst of Munich residents. The first beer, which was served in the "Braune Hofbräuhaus", still satisfies to this day with its roasted, hoppy taste and the subtle malty finish.

Availability

all year round

Brewing method

bottom-fermented

Alcohol content

5,5% Vol.

Wort

ca. 12,5 wt%

Hop varieties

Herkules, Perle

Ideal drinking temperature

7-8 °C

Brewing method

decoction method

Malts

Munich malt, light barley malt, caramel malt

Bitterness units

23 IBU

Color

dark brown

Taste

malt floral bouquet with notes of caramel, roasted malty, hoppy with a subtle malty sweet finish

Pairs well with

roast, smoked meat and sausage dishes

Allergens bottom-fermented Hofbräu Beers
Barley and barley products (cereals containing gluten) contained
Nutritional values Dunkel (bottom-fermented)
Reference value for nutritional value (HGM = 100g / DLT = 100ml / PCE = Piece / PTN = Portion) 100ml
calorific value in kilojoules 177,94
bread unit 0,26
protein in g 0,52
salt in g 0,001
total fat in g < 0,1
saturated fatty acids in g < 0,1
total carbohydrates in g 3,07
carbohydrates only sugar g 0,02
volume percent 5,26