RATINGS: 94   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.07/5   IBU: 32   EST. CALORIES: 120   ABV: 4%
Our Czech Pilsener (a.k.a. Bohemian Pilsner) is the purest of beers - in our eyes. Clear and golden in color, light and crisp in taste. Our lager is well aged from real Pilzen Malt and actual imported Czech Yeast from Branik - Prague, Czech Republic. Only the finest Saaz hops are used to emulated this outside-of Pilzen, Pilsener. Crafted after one of our favorite Pilsners, Pilsner Urquell - you won’t be disappointed in this true Czech beer. The closest thing to Bohemian Pilsner you can get without actually being in the Czech Republic.

First brewed in 1842 and taking its name from the city of Pilsen in western Bohemia, pilsener is the original golden lager. The signature taste of Czech Saaz hops complement pale pilsener malt to create the most famous and beloved style of all Czech beers.

4% A.B.V. / 32 IBUs / Color: PALE GOLDEN / AVAILABLE: On draft at Bohemian Brewery and select bars, and in 6 & 12-packs at convenience & grocery stores.

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Itzjerm (3171) - Taft, Tennessee, USA - JUN 22, 2016
a well done Pilsner. You can tell they took their time on this one. Not hoppy. Sweet hiding low abv. This is the taste of Europe. Spot on. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone
Earlier Rating: 6/26/2013 Total Score: 3.3
An average pilz not much hop but enjoyable to drink. Good appearance. Light refreshing ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

TAR (2802) - Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina, USA - MAY 17, 2016
UPDATED: JUN 24, 2016 From can, packaged on 3/26 and consumed on 5/06. Toasted golden with some haze. Creamy, tiny-bubbled cap of foam. Fragrant aromas of wood oil, tealeaves, pepper, pastrylike malt, sugar cookie and a hint of melanoidins. Soft as rosewater with microbubbled carbonation to match. Exceptionally soft and graceful hop entry yields a plethora of soothing wood oils and elegant tealike herbality. Oils gently sizzle as they saturate the palate. Grassy spice notes prick the tongue and contrast with a slick marmalade quality. Replete oiliness aids the perfectly lean body. Exquisite maltiness reveals sleek piecrust accents, sans the toasty grip, along with a buttered pastry effect layered with the gentle tang of uncured hay which imparts a rustic dimension. Fresh oven-pulled baguette and the delicate tug of bouncy melanoidins provide an abundance of pillowy textures which oh so softly embrace the tongue. Sparklingly clean, soft, well-attenuated finish exhibits harmonious honey-kissed hay and oily flower petals. Fresh baguette flavors linger for minutes. A classy little pils of masterfully detailed malt (obviously owing to decoction) and sophisticated hoppiness that’s all flavor and negligibly bitter. The mash schedule has sculpted an extraordinary softness and array of fine details out of the malt, which is a rare feat in the new world. The brewer is Czech and it’s quite apparent in this world-class pils of remarkable purity.

Buyer beware of the fragility of this beer and the importance of freshness in order to experience this just as the brewer intended. After trying two separate batches (one packaged on 3/16 and 3/26), a mere ten days apart proves to be quite significant, as the former was slightly limp and taking on a yogurty tartness. My experience was the same with all their other lagers. Which of course puts a visit to Midvale, Utah high on the priority list, as a fresh brewpub pour must surely be sublime! Thanks to sledutah for the cans.

iguanodon (162) - Bountiful, Utah, USA - JAN 8, 2016
Can. Label says 1842 and looks just like the picture for ’Bohemian Brewery 1842 Czech Pilsener’ but that one says draft only. Maybe they recently started putting 1842 in cans?. Clear gold, thick white head. Looks like a pilsener. Smells like a pilsener. Tastes like a pilsener. Not bad but nothing special.

ogre71 (359) - Utah, USA - SEP 12, 2015
Another good beer from Bohmian Brewing. Pours a light golden color with a nice head, is very drinkable a good old school pilsner.

brokensail (16689) - Dublin, California, USA - AUG 20, 2015
On tap @ Bohemian. Clear golden pour with white foam. Bready malt and some sweet esters and cereal on the nose. Slight floral and grassy hops with mild bitterness on the tongue. Pretty refreshing and a good malt character throughout. A nice beer.

Gription79 (2892) - Bountiful, Utah, USA - AUG 6, 2015
Had on draft at the brewery. The saaz hops are noticeable throughout this entire beer, spicy, light lemon. The malt character is grainy, sweet maltiness. This is a very enjoyable pilsner.

wchesser (2159) - Denver, Colorado, USA - MAR 24, 2015
Deep yellow, with foamy persistent head. Light nose of rustic hops, light wheat and malt. Pretty full bodied for the style, clean enough, but not much going on.

OldMrCrow (2446) - Seattle, Washington, USA - FEB 19, 2015
Can in Springdale, UT.

Yellow pour, white head as expected. Grainy and a bit sour, not impressive though there’s a decent Saaz bitterness very late. Not a great pils.

slowrunner77 (13189) - Reno, Nevada, USA - OCT 5, 2014
"definitely a full bodied and flavorful above average pilsner here. this was one of three pilsners that stood out at a recent tasting. clean and crisp like you’d expect with a delicate hop presence as well. Not as much of a standout upon repeat visit, but still solid in style example."

queenholly (3623) - South Whitley, Indiana, USA - OCT 3, 2014
Draft @ brewery. Grainy malt and light grassy aroma. Clear gold with a large white head. Follows the nose with grainy malt and grassy flavor. Medium body, soft carbonation.

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