The Hacker brewery was founded in 1417. More than 300 years later in 1793 Joseph Pschorr, son of a farmer and brewer, married Maria Theresia Hacker and took over the brewery from his father-in-law. Around 1820 Joseph Pschorr bought another brewery and founded the Pschorr Brewery. Finally in 1972 the Hacker and Pschorr breweries were united to become the Hacker-Pschorr Brewery.

The modern Hacker-Pschorr logo combines both the original Hacker and Pschorr logos, and the red circle around the “P” represents Joseph’s unending love for Maria Theresia.

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Hacker Pschorr is truly dedicated to the art of brewing. Since 1417, we have focused our brewery around quality ingredients, artful crafting, and fresh flavors. They have spent centuries perfecting the art of brewing to create thoughtfully unique, crisp, and refreshing beers. Hacker Pschorr beers have always been brewed in accordance with the Reinheitsgebot Purity Law of 1516, which mandates that beer brewed in Bavaria consist of only malted barley, water and hops.

Hacker-Pschorr beers:
Original Oktoberfest Marzen
Weisse Dark
Munich Gold
Munich Dark