Thrown and slightly dizzy, the Bavarian Kellerbier. There are distinctive fruity notes along with caramel and honey flavours, which are produced during traditional maturation and storage. It is then bottled unfiltered, leaving a slight haze. The history of the Munich Hacker-Pschorr goes back to 1417 and even plays an important role in the founding of the Oktoberfest, when Prince Ludwig I of Bavaria asked them to make a special beer for his wedding in 1810. That festival has become the annual celebration that we know today, and the festival is still held on the land donated by Joseph Pschorr, the brewmaster of the time. Today, Hacker-Pschorr is producing some of the best lagers in Germany and the world. The Kellerbier is an impressive example of this style, while the Munchener Gold and the Weiss are the benchmarks that other brewers have long tried to emulate. 5.5 percent ABV.