Brewed for hundreds of years in Bavaria and still popular today, the Münchner Dunkel is the beer that made Munich’s brewers famous all over Europe. Born when the manufacturing of pale malt was impossible, it’s the ancestor of all the modern pale lagers. Notably, it was the first beer style to be legally recognized in the world following the implantation of the Reinheitsgebot in 1516.
The perfect match according to Martin Thibault, Les Coureurs des Boires
Grandma’s meat pie, from crunchy yet soft-hearted crust to generous filling: that’s what this lager’s caramelized cereals evoke. Although their roasted chestnut aromas could also pair quite well with the garden vegetables of a ratatouille. All in all, this is a lager made for those long, relaxing walks to gaze at the colors of fall and the flowers of spring.
Psst! Our Dunkel Munich is now called “Nuit de Munich”
Same product, new label!
5% alc./vol IBU 20.Rich copper collar. Pleasant bitterness with strong aroma of noble hops.