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    All about Lowenbrau

    One of the official beers of Germany’s annual Oktoberfest, Lowenbrau (pronounced luh-vuhn-broy), is a German lager in the Anheuser-Busch InBev portfolio. Lowenbrau can trace its roots to medieval Germany, getting its name (meaning Lion’s Brew) from a centuries-old Munich brewpub called Löwengrube, or Lion’s Den. The Lowenbrau brand changed ownership and partners over the years, eventually finding a home with the world’s largest brewing company. Even so, the brand prioritizes quality, and any Lowenbrau production outside of Munich must adhere to German Beer Purity Law to maintain flavor. Today, the remodeled Lowenbrau Brewery is an impressive attraction in Munich, with a restaurant, taproom and even a ballroom.

    The original Lowenbrau is a golden lager made with hops grown locally in Bavaria. The taste is slightly sweet and has a crisp, bright finish. The brewery also features an expanded line that includes wheat beers, Radlers and darker, malty Dunkels served in frosty tankards. If a trip to Germany isn’t in your budget this year, you can find the original lager throughout Ontario. Made at the Labatt Brewing Company in London, Ontario, Lowenbrau is sold in bright blue cans with the brand’s signature lion crest emblazoned on the front.