Hacker-Pschorr MÃ1⁄4nchner Gold is one of the most historic Helles Lagers in Germany in the world. Brewed beer at the first ever Oktoberfest in Munich. Brewed in compliance with the provisions of German purity law. This beer is a 5.5 percent golden lager with a lovely lemon-like scent of bread. The history of Munich’s Hacker-Pschorr dates back to 1417 and also plays a leading 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. The party has developed into the annual event we know today, and the festival is still being held on the land donated by Joseph Pschorr, the brewmaster at the time. Nowadays, Hacker-Pschorr is making some of the finest lagers in Germany and the world. The Kellerbier is a beautiful example of the style, while the Munchener Gold and the Weiss are the benchmarks that other brewers have long sought to imitate.