Löwenbräu - the lion brewery, pronounced [ˈlɜːrvənbrɔɪ]. One of the oldest beer brands of Germany, one of the six beer brands participating in the annual beer festival Oktoberfest at the Theresienwiese in Munich.
Löwenbräu is one of the most famous brands all over the world, it is sold in more than 70 countries.

The Löwenbräu brewery, from which came the name brand, was built in the late 14th century (1383) in the capital of Bavaria the city of Munich, and by the end of the 19th century it had already held a leading position among European Breweries.

Löwenbräu Original

Is a classic Bavarian lager with a slightly bitter taste, sparkling color and a rich aroma of hops. Beer produced in accordance to the German Beer Purity Law of 1516 of only natural ingredients: barley, high quality bitter and aromatic hops from Hallertau, special yeast "Löwenbräu" and pure water from the Bavarian sources.

Alcohol: 5,2 % (4,3-5,9%)
Original Extract: 12%
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