Paulaner Alcohol Free Wheat Beer is a German beer with fewer calories than a soft drink and no compromises! Even though 500ml has under 100kcal, is a great non-alcoholic thirst quencher, which can turn a break in your day into a Bavarian taste experience.
The same full wheat beer flavour as its big brother: unfiltered, refreshing and vitalising.
Serve chilled. Open and leave for a few minutes, then pour and enjoy.
Brewing since 1634
February 24th, 1634 is a special date for the Paulaner brewery. On this date, the Munich commercial brewers tried to ban the Paulaner monks of the Neudeck monastery from selling their home-brewed beer. They were unsuccessful and the monks kept brewing.
This is considered the founding date of the Paulaner brewery and has been a vital part of Munich’s culture, tradition and history ever since.
Alcohol free success
Paulaner alcohol free beer proves they really know how to brew great beer in Munich, with or without alcohol.
The brewery launched the world’s first ever non alcoholic wheat beer in 1986. Then it was the first German brewery to launch a non-alcoholic wheat beer with yeast.
Paulaner brews alcohol free with a combination of de-alcoholisation and interrupted fermentation. This preserves the typical fruity aroma as well as the fine notes of malt and yeast.
Alongside Paulaner Alcohol Free Wheat Beer enjoy 3 other great wheat beers in the Dry Drinker Big Brew Mixed Wheat taster pack. Enjoy Maisel’s Weisse (0.5% ABV), then Schneider Weisse (0.5% ABV), finally Erdinger (0.5% ABV)
water, malt (light wheat, dark wheat, Pilsner malt, Mnich malt), hops (Herkules, Taurus), yeast
typical value by 100 ml
energy – 23 kcal
carbohydrate – 4.9 g
of which sugar – 1.9 g
However, if you also like your beer on the dark side, consider Paulaner’s Munchen Hell Alkoholfrie.
A rich amber colour. This combines the harmony of a sweet caramel aroma with a pleasant bitter taste.
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