Paulaner’s brewing history begins with Salvator. It was the Paulaner monks who invented this unfiltered, bottom-fermented double bock. This bier has been brewed for over 375 years – always adhering to the original recipe, with only a few small re nements over the years. Brewed from dark malt barley also known as “Munich malt” is where the bier’s dark, chestnut color comes from. Salvator has a mild, sweet aroma of chocolate and imparts a distinctively bold, robust avor. It goes well with hearty meals.
Although the bier remains unchanged, Paulaner Salvator is coming out with a new look that features a sleek bottle shape, raised Paulaner embossing and updated label graphics.