Brewed in Lich in accordance with the original Benedictine recipe for Benediktiner Weissbräu GmbH, Ettal.
It’s good to slow down, and taking a break gives us a chance to refuel. This understanding has shaped the lives of the Benedictine monks at Ettal Abbey for centuries.
The Benedictine principles are very close to the needs that many of us have today. There’s good reason why outdoor activities like hiking and cycling have become so popular. A trip into nature is good for the body and soul. Far away from day-to-day concerns, you can fully concentrate on your surroundings and absorb the beauty of the moment, whether you are climbing to the summit or enjoying a well-deserved Benediktiner Hell after a day out.
Produced using the typical Bavarian brewing method, Benediktiner Hell lager boasts a golden color and delightful malty sweetness for a mild flavor. Brewed in Lich according to the German Purity Law.
|Original wort content:||11.5 %|
|Bitter units:||17 IBU|
|Alcohol content:||5.0 % vol.|
|Caloric value||176 kJ/42 kcal|
|- of which saturates||0 g|
|- of which sugars||0 g|