Augustiner Lagerbier Hell Beer

Beer style bottle with label stating Augustiner Lagerbier Hell Beer by Augustiner-Bräu, from Bavaria, Germany.

Augustiner Lagerbier Hell Beer

The Augustiner brewery (Augustiner-Bräu) is the oldest brewery in Munich, and the last in private ownership - its story began in 1328 when it was established within an Augustianian Monastery, which had been settled just outside the Munich city walls in an area called Haberfeld (or Haferfeld – "oat field").

Made according to the German Purity law, Augustiner Lagerbier Hell Beer is made with Bavarian hops and malt, then given a long secondary fermentation to make for a crisp, smooth beer.

Helles or Hell is a traditional German pale lager beer, produced chiefly in Southern Germany, particularly in the area of Munich - the German word hell can be translated as "bright", "light", or "pale".

This is Augustiner's flagship helles lager and is a great example of the style. Pale gold, bright and effervescent with a touch of hoppy bitterness and light malty aromas it's a wonderfully 'sessionable' beer that's clean, crisp and refreshing with a lightly hoppy finish.

German beer purity law 1487 icon logo meaning brewed under the german purity laws

Bin No. OOS/GENV/055

Case Price (24)
Equivalent Bottle Price: £-

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