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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.
Liquid gold starts with a lemony nose and moves into a bready taste. Light body makes easy going drink.
Light yellow classic pilsner color. White head fades fast leaving some lace. Nice hops nose followed by full malt flavor and then a dry pilsner bite. Refreshing but not light with more flavor than appearance suggests. Growler pour.
Good straw color. Very good aroma with a nice grain. A little too bitter as a pils for my taste. But over all a drinkable pils.
Pretty smooth drinking beer
Hoppier pils. Bubbly with a dryer finish
Everything about this pils is average. It was lacking the distinct hops punch I was hoping for from a German pils, missing from both the aroma and the taste. It was, however, quite drinkable. I don't know why, but to me this tasted more to me like a typical American adjunct lager.
Pours a cloudy gold, with about one finger of head which lingers throughout and leaves a little lacing on the glass. Due to the hopping, this pils has a much sharper taste than a more traditional version. It's not bad, per se, it's just not what was expected from a pilsner. It did begin to grow on me. Has a thinner mouth feel.
The head on this brew disappeared fast, the color is pale on account of the cloudiness, which was a surprise, and the aroma comes across as chemical. The taste, however, is very appealing, being both slightly bitter and clean.
Poured from a 12 oz bottle to a Pilsner glass.
A-Label stamped Best by: April 21, 2012.
A lovely light yellow-gold-straw color. Thick white 1 finger head. Nice lacing.
S-Light floral hop aroma, slight malt.
T-Lemony with a slight bitterness. A little sweetness, not aggressive.
M-Nice dry finish, that makes you want to drink more.
O-Another winner from Victory! Could keep on drinking this one over and over.
Clear pale golden in color and small head but a lot of lacing. The flavor and smell was heavy pink grapefruit from assertive hoping. Paired well with pulled chicken barbeque, but not my taste.
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.
2011 Beer list.
It tasted very sweet. There was a light malt flavor blended with a grain taste. It had a nice bitter hop kick.