On today’s episode of A Tasting at The Murder Table, we are once again headed back to Munich, Germany for a taste of Paulaner. This time around, we’re going to discuss their Hefe-Weizen which is no stranger to us as we’ve sampled it more than a few times over […]
On today’s episode of A Tasting at The Murder Table, we’re sampling a beer that’s been brewed for over 375 years. It comes from Paulaner which is in Munich, Germany, which is in Europe. You know Europe. It’s as Eddie Izzard once say, “Where the history comes from…”. […]
As we approach the midpoint of Dry January, today’s episode of A Tasting at The Murder Table will feature a non-alcoholic beer from Paulaner of Munich, Germany. This beer is called a Weizen-Radler, and based upon the following description, it sure sounds refreshing… This mix is in a […]
Prior to the Craft Beer explosion, whenever we heard the word Pilsner, we thought bland and watered down. Then we tried some great versions of the style from brewers such as Victory, Firestone Walker, Great Divide, and a few others, and learned that when done right, Pilsners can […]
Oktoberfest and the month of October may be over, but there’s still plenty of Oktoberfest beer left to drink. With that sentiment in mind, today’s episode of A Tasting at The Murder Table will feature a review of two beers from Paulaner Brauerei of Munich, Germany. Both beers […]
Is there anything as perfect as crabs and beer? I was pondering this question last weekend while I pounded through some snow crab and rock crab with the Wookettes. The crabs were delicious but made all the better with the addition a few River Horse Unfiltered Lagers.
On a trip to San Diego, we stopped at one of the six Karl Strauss Brewing Company restaurants and I opted for the sampler. The first selection was the Woodie Gold. The second was the Wind and Sea Wheat Hefeweizen. The third selection was the KS Amber Lager. […]
In the middle of the week, I selected another pint to satisfy my thirst and curiosity. I poured out a Paulaner Hefe Weizen. This is the best-selling beer by the Paulaner Brewery, and the use of specially produced top-fermented yeast is what gives the beer its unmistakable taste. I found the cloudy, […]