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Hoppy pilsner. Not at all like an Urquell, more floral hop flavor. Not much of an aroma, nice head, medium-golden color.
Deep straw color, Three finger soapy head that wont go away light carbonation. aroma of european hops grassy hay like smell and like riverstone. mild sweetness up front changing into nice mild bitterness with a light malt backbone really drinkable excellent pilsner!
great hoppy pils brewed with local water that is similar to Munich (believe it or not). Clean, Crisp with a slightly dry finish that makes you want more.
U really need to eat something with this (I had Italian nachos) or the bitterness can be overwhelming. Second try better than the first. @OCF
Great pilsner and I generally don't care for pilsners. Great bitey taste with a good amount of hops. Great summer beer when you're not in the mood for an IPA.
True to Pils style.
One of my favorites from Victory, and not just because it comes in the sampler case. A Victory twist on the classic pils. I'd say it's a bit more hop forward than many East German/Czech Pils, in an Americanized kind of way. But that works to its advantage. Well made, good flavor and aroma.
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It tasted very sweet. There was a light malt flavor blended with a grain taste. It had a nice bitter hop kick.
Crisp, Noble...American...Odd, this is actually a good Pils but, it has more of an American feel to it than it's euro brethren.
a really great pilsner, gives credit to the style and makes you wish the rest of them were this good
Poured from 12oz into pilsner glass. Crystal clear, gold, small but lasting white head that laces. Both nose and taste showed significantly more malt and hop than you would expect from a pils, but still well balanced. More hoppy than most pilsners I've had, and certainly more bitter, but a good strong malt backbone to balance. All in all, very well rounded, flavorful, clean finishing, and very drinkable. Excellent beer. Pilsners are not my favorite style, but this is my favorite pilsner.
If all pilsners were like this I wouldn't have to make fun of the crap that is Bud and Coors and Miller! Very well balanced!
This one surprised me great pils..
appearance: light yellow/ straw colored with a thin head that dissipates quickly, and is slightly hazy
Aroma: slight pils sweetness upfront followed by a fresh hay smell almost. Very spicy and floral aromas coming from the hops. It has a really nice aroma to it
Taste: slight sweetness up front that changes to a hop spiciness and firm bitterness. really nice flavor that finishes dry and is very clean, nothing there but malt and hops.
Mouthfeel: light bodied with good carbonation. the beer does finish fairly dry and the bitterness helps with drying finish.
Overall: really nice beer, very refreshing. I dig the bitterness it is assertive and the hop flavr is exceptional, it is very spicy hop wise. I haven't experimented with pils too much but this is definitely a favorite.
Alright so the first time I tried this one I remember really enjoying it. Refreshing but good pilsner. Then I buy a pack to introduce to a friend, whom of course I've told that this particular beer is GOOD. Then we have it and its ooookkkkaaayyy. Nothing to write home about. During the summer this ones alright and I do enjoy the occasional pilsner but maybe I wasn't in the pilsner mood that night. Like some of Victory's stuff but not this so much.
Excellent classic example of a German Pilsner! It is very much to style and is thus listed as a commercial example in the style guidelines: floral noble hops and grainy pilsner malt aroma and flavor with a lingering bitter finish and very clean lager fermentation characteristics. Those who complain about its appropriateness to style need to actually learn the styles. American lagers which say Pilsner on the bottle/can are not pilsners nor do most of them even use pilsner malt. "Pilsner" is not a style, it is a grouping of styles which includes German Pilsner, which is a hoppy style.
Now this is a very hoppy pilsner and one of my go-to beers. Absolutely love this one!
Good on a hot day
Aroma of pine, citrus and hops. Tastes very spicy on the back of the throat, very crisp, strong hoppy aftertaste.