The Paulaner Bräuhaus is more than just an inn …
This is where it’s brewed!
The essence of Munich life. Our master brewer combines the experience gained over generations with the latest developments in the high art of brewing.
Right now on tap:
Balthasar – dark bock beer.
Warming the cockles of the heart. Unfiltered, top fermented, malty, chestnut coloured with flavours of black currents. The original extract of 16,5 % and 7,1 % alcohol contributes to your comfort. The perfect enjoyment during frosty winter days.
Brunch on Sundays in the Alpine cabine!
From the 18th of November till the 23th of December from 11.00 till 15.00. Look forward to the Alpine culinary delights and book your seats now.
An inn with a history!
The building at Kapuzinerplatz 5 was formerly the bar that served the beer produced by the Thomasbräu brewery and has been a Munich inn ever since. The Gebrüder Thomass brewery was located on the land behind it. This is where they brewed one of the first Munich light beers. The Thomasbräu merged with the Paulaner brewery in 1928. The name ‘Thomasbräu’ finally disappeared in 1994 when the company changed its official title. The first Paulaner Bräuhaus moved into Kapuzinerplatz 5 in 1989, marking the start of a global success story. Hermann Zimmerer, Daniel Demut and chef Thomas Brandfass have been working their magic in the Paulaner Bräuhaus since 2013. Together, they stand for authentic regional cuisine and an atmosphere of warm hospitality.