Lowenbräu is a beer with a long brewing history that stands in the traditional style of Munich. This beer, whose name means « the Lion's Brew », was first brewed in 1393 in Bayern, precisely in an inn named Zum Löwen (To the Lion). Today, it is one of the 6 beers served during the traditional Oktoberfest, where millions of people enjoy drinking beers in the southern capital of Germany.
Brewed with wheat, Lowenbraü ale yeast, spring barley and Jallertau hops, Lowenbraü displays a clear yellow colour topped with a creamy long-tasting head. It challenges the nose with a herbaceous and sweet aromatic bouquet offering an ideal compromise between malts and hops. In the mouth, the beer is greatly refreshing and perfectly accompanies hot summer days and friendly meals.
Lowenbräu strikes the palate with a herbaceous hops taste which leaves a fine bitterness. Then, the malt takes effect at the back of the mouth and finishes off the tasting of this well-balanced beer with a sweet and round impression.
Lowenbräu tastes even more delicious in draught form, which is only possible to get with a beer dispenser.
Bright golden colour
Herbaceous sweet and flavoured bouquet
Full malted taste, herbaceous flavours and fine bitterness
Only with a dispenser
No, the keg cannot be used without a dispenser
Yes, 5 euros