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.
The head has a caramel hue and the beer is full bodied with a rich, warm chestnut brown color. The taste is unmistakeable, with its smooth chocolate flavour, robust dark caramel maltiness and a light note of hops in the background - providing a nice intensity on the palate. Often copied but never equalled: it’s the father of all double bock beers!
*Source: Nielsen, LEH + GAM o. ALN, Market share sales Double Bock, containing alcohol, 2013
Our brewmaster presents the history of our Salvator beer and explains why its flavour is so distinctive.
Such an aromatic beer needs a strong companion. Because of that, roast and other aromatic delicacies fit best to our Salvator. How about a delicious roast duck with plums?
Enjoy our Salvator at the ideal temperature of 9°C (48.2°F).