confusedboy0 (99) - BELGIUM - FEB 23, 2002
It is difficult to compare Pilsener with Abbeybeer, or others. They are made for different consumption, and aren’t ment to enriche a soul but ’just’ to take the thurst awy.
A good Pilsener, not a really commercial, not bad at all Erzengel (8626) - Wuppertal, GERMANY - MAR 13, 2016
*Old rating, best before 09.11.12. Nice sessionable brew, fresh and round, easy to drink. Very sessionable. Easy to drink, very fresh. Grainy with not too much bitterness. Hopverdju (1199) - BELGIUM - FEB 14, 2016
Van ’t vat. Blond bier met goeie witte wandklevende schuimkraag. Geur: mout – zoetig. Smaak: mout – zoetig met een bescheiden maar goede hopbitterheid. Koolzuurprikkel en mondgevoel ok. Afdronk: bitterig. Eén van de betere Belgische pilsen. harrisoni (18436) - Ashford, Kent, ENGLAND - MAY 6, 2009
UPDATED: DEC 20, 2013 Bottle from our B&B landlady in Kortrijk. Its a golden lager, thin white head. It’s an ok pils with some very tasty hop on the finish. Middle malts are a bit poorish, but I like the bite on the finish, really quite aggressive. Straight forward, but tasty and refreshing enough. 3/5 Re-rate, a whole crate from Dranken Pauwels. Love it. Refreshing. My fridge beer for a beer to drink when I come home from work. Simple, good to look at, some hop, lemon and soap on aroma. Some toasted pale malt in mouth, some noble hop bitterness on the finish. Good. DeanF (2453) - Alberta, CANADA - NOV 10, 2010
93/20 was the rating when I found this page.... yes, that means that even if this beer scores in the 93rd percentile of ALL pilsners, it only ranks in the 20th percentile of all beers! Oh, those poor pilsners.... are they all really that bad? C’mon, who doesn’t like a good pils once in awhile? This pours with a painfully clear yellow-green body and just a small bed of head on top. The aroma is bread, perfumy hops, wet malts. The taste has a nice mix of sourdough bread and hops, very smooth, good mouthfeel. Like drinking a fresh loaf of European bread. It’s good, for sure; does it beat some of the heavier brews? Sadly, not.
kraddel (7870) - Antwerp, BELGIUM - JUL 27, 2013
pours clear , yellow . rather small white foam .
sweet, malty taste, very bitter ( and malty) aftertaste. quite enjoyable! 77ships (9650) - Antwerpen, BELGIUM - OCT 15, 2016
Draft glass @ Quinten Matsijs. Clear very sparkling golden, collapsing industrial head. Nose is sharp pale lager, vegetables, less cooked very sharp green, interesting with a big mineral profile, served quite cold. Higher carbonation, very clean sharp, cold bodied, very drinkable. Taste is very mineral in an itneresting way, clear metallic, grain, sharp green vegetables, more mineral than your average pale lager, low grain, vegetables almost don’t bother. Sharp taste & interesting metallic profile, probably the best pale lager that I have had so far. I get the love for this beer. xiempie (19) - Mouscron, BELGIUM - JUN 2, 2011
golden, sparkling, white foam, medium bitterness, light body, lively, decent Belgian pils, not the best though twos_een_keun (28) - BELGIUM - NOV 28, 2013
Pale yellow colour. Aroma is herby, malty and some sweetness. Taste is a little malty, some sweetness and a gentle bitterness at the end.
Well balanced. An easy-drinking pilsener, as one expects from a pilsener. nuplastikk (6224) - Madison, Wisconsin, USA - APR 8, 2009
Draft at Birerria Paradiso in DC. Bright orange with a creamy head. Straightforward stuff, quite a creamy drinkable body. Filtered, not so far off from a Stella or Jupiler. Nice mellow yeast characteristics though. Borderline macro, OK.