Salvator The father of
all strong beers

Paulaner’s brewing history begins with this beer. It was the Paulaner monks who invented this unfiltered bottom-fermented double bock. This beer has been brewed for over 375 years – always adhering to the original recipe, with only a few refinements over the years.

INGREDIENTS: Water, hops, malt

HOP VARIETES: Herkules, Hallertauer Tradition

MALT VARIETES: Pilsner malt(light barley malt), Munich Malt (dark barley malt)

Nutrition facts

nutritional information per 100ml
Energy value 264 kJ / 63 kcal
Fat 0 g
of which saturated fats 0 g
Carbohydrates 4,3 g
of which sugar 0 g
Protein 0,8 g
Salt 0 g

ORIGINAL WORT: 18,3 %

ALCOHOL: 7,9 % vol

Salvator is both our most traditional and also strongest beer.

Salvator is the patriarch of strong beers. Only Paulaner is allowed to use its name.

Salvator is both our most traditional and also strongest beer.

Salvator is the patriarch of strong beers. Only Paulaner is allowed to use its name.

The history of our Salvator beer

Our brewmaster presents the history of our Salvator beer and explains why its flavour is so distinctive.

Our brewmaster presents the history of our Salvator beer and explains why its flavour is so distinctive.

The history of our Salvator beer

Our brewmaster presents the history of our Salvator beer and explains why its flavour is so distinctive.

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Salvator

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