26 November 2022

Paulaner Münchner Hell (Tesco) By @SpectreUK

Paulaner Münchner Hell

Sometimes I like to be more adventurous with my beer and go further afield. This Paulaner Münchner Hell was brewed in München, in Germany, so it's traveled a way to get to my beer fridge. The brewer's website was a little more elaborate than the bottle. At 4.9% in volume, Hallertauer Tradition hops were used in the brewing, as well as Pilsner malt for a light barley malt, and Munich malt for a dark barley malt. 

This Bavarian style Paulaner Münchner Hell was golden in colour and had a light crisp aroma of Pilsner on opening. On taste this bright shining lager was like drinking a cool breeze on a Summer's evening. Not too bubbly on initial taste, sweet Pilsner and Munich malts were soon complemented by crisp, fresh and slightly spiced bitterness from the herbal hops. 

This lager reminded me of those light Summer months. Paulaner Münchner Hell contrasted the dark cold rainy night outside perfectly, lending a little warmth with its spice to wash down my rather English sausages, jacket potatoes with beans and cheese for dinner. Lovely.

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