Paulaner Salvator

Paulaner (Beer)

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The abbey Paulaner Salvator ($1.27) is brewed by Paulaner native of Germany made with warm fermenting and shows an alcoholic strength of 7%. At Drinks&Co, this beer scores an average rate of 4 of 5 points.

Technical sheet · Paulaner Salvator

Producer: Paulaner
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 7%
Fermentation: Warm Fermenting
Type Of Beer: Abbey
Country: Germany

Description · Paulaner

Paulaner Salvator


  • Appearance: Paulaner Salvator impresses with its bright copper color
  • Aroma: Complex and deeply shake. Aromas of grain, roasted malt, butter and candied fruits accompanied by delicate floral notes.
  • Body / Flavor: It combines the finest hops and dark barley malt in an intense flavor, typically malty

TYPE OF BEER: doppelbock

ABV: 7.9%


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La Tramuntana

Posted on at 12.45


Paulaner Salvator

Paulaner Salvator of 33 cl, premium German beer founded in 1634 with 7'9º alcohol.

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Sarah Carter

Posted on at 13.28

4 /5

Paulaner Salvator 50cl

- Color: Paulaner Salvator 50cl has a reddish brown color with small white head.
- Smell: Aromas of roasted malt and notes of baking, yeast and noticeable alcohol.
- Taste: sweet, medium carbonation.

ABV: 7.9% Vol.
Planete Drinks

Posted on at 17.35

4 /5

strong beer unfiltered to the beautiful chestnut color, the Paulaner Salvator is brewed for 375 years from an old traditional recipe. The oldest of all Bavarian strong beer is distinguished by its caramel flavor which are added a slight hint of hops and a powerful sweet malt taste. . Sale prohibited to minors. Alcohol abuse is dangerous for health. To consume with moderation.
Saveur Bière

Posted on at 04.48

4 /5

This Paulaner Salvator to a single story. Indeed, its recipe has not changed quasimment since the 17th century, when Pauline monks brewed to form the liquid food during Lent. Since then, the recipe has even been patented by Paulaner in 1896 to protect it! Thus, this German beer immediately surprised with a dark amber color, which is accompanied by a white foam fading over the tasting. The nose is heavily caramel although beautiful notes of wheat and honey are also present. On the palate, malted attack gives way to superb floral notes on the finish. The final way to a fine bitterness. By its appearance and taste notes, this destabilizes Paulaner Salvator. Do nonetheless a superb beer. Lovers of classic German beers will be won by the Paulaner Oktoberfest!

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