The Hofbräuhaus Hell is a blank filtered light beer with a light golden color and a firm, fine-pored head of foam. Its smell is pleasantly spicy with a hint of honey. When first drunk, the full beer is tangy and mild with a gentle acidity. Its aromatic, malty body is full-bodied and has a long-lasting, hoppy, spicy finish.
Hofbräu München - The story of the HofBrau - Wilhelm V, the Duke of Bavaria (1579-1597), had a thirsty and demanding household. They were dissatisfied with the beer brewed in Munich, and so beer had to be imported from the town of Einbeck in Lower Saxony.