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Very good American version of a traditional German pilsner. Grassy hop aroma and excellent balance of malt and hops highlight this fine beer.
LIES! Everyone who's had this knows it ain't no pilsener. The color, the head the smell and taste says pale ale. Crafty craft beer marketing. 3 out of 5
Pilsner that tastes hoppy. Sweet fruit notes. All around a solid pilsner (but probably because it tastes like an IPA).
Very good balance of ale and hops.. not a fan if hoppy brews but very smooth
A little hoppy for a pilsner, in my opinion. More of a light pale ale. Goes down easy nonetheless.
A refreshing crisp, slightly hoppy Pils... Well done!... If I am gonna drink a pilsner, this is it
Practically headless over a bright golden ale. Nice hop flavor, not too bitter with a "floral" afternote, like jasmine or plumeria (can't make it out) fragrance, pleasant.
Love this pils. Tons of long lasting bite from the ample hops with an herbal layer of malt. Medium level of fine carbonation make this a refreshing and very welcomed brew for me.
A very nice beer, but I've had IPA's that were less hoppy. Good beer lots of citrus flavor just not a pils in nature.
Nice crisp light lager. Perfect beer for tailgating or after mowing the lawn on a 90+ day. Full of malty goodness.
What I expected from a pilser. Nothing special. Good, not great.
Hoppy for a pilsner. Smooth tasting.
Poured from a bottle into a flute glass
Appearance: Light gold, slight chill haze, but I think was due to poor handling at the store. 2 Finger white that lingers. Slight lacing/
Aroma: Floral hops dominate with slight grain, but balanced toward the hops.
Taste: Decent bready taste, but citrus hops dominate. Slightly minty flavor behind the citrus.
Mouthfeel: Well attenuated, clean. Par for the course.
Overall: liked the malt and lack of alcohol in the aroma, but a little too heavy on the hops for the style IMO. Highly drinkable, would definitely recommend to others.
Why are American pils consistently so hoppy? It's fine. It's better than many American Pilsners, but if your looking for an American take on a traditional German or Czech style pils, this isn't it.
Very good lager. Would recommend anyone looking for a full flavor beer.
Malts - 2-row German Pilsner. Hops - German and Czech wholebflowers. ABV - 5.3%. 12-oz. bottle to pilsner glass. Pale gold color with a foamy, 2+ finger, white head. Good retention and lacing. Hoppy, herbal, grapefruit nose with notes of pine and resins. Slightest bit of up-front maltiness, then grapefruit, then piney solvents at the end. The body is heavier than I expected. Dry, crisp finish with a lingering hoppy aftertaste.
Golden yellow with a thick, dense head that would not go away! Great pilsner taste, smooth and just bitter enough. Easy to drink other than being a bit too fizzy. The only major drawback was the aroma. I have a 4 year old and a 1 year old so I have been changing diapers for about 3 out of the last 4 years. This beer had a great taste, but it smelled just like a full diaper genie. As nice as the taste is, the dirty diaper smell of this beer is just too nasty.
Pilsner done right. Extremely fizzy and refreshing but not overly so, leading to great drinkability. Strong hops aroma and flavor present. However, like the carbonation, it's in perfect balance-it asserts its presence with a deep, rich bitterness upon first drinking, reminding you that you're drinking a German pilsner, but then fades and gives way to wonderful floral and citrus notes, which add to the refreshment factor.