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RATINGS: 146   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.98/5   IBU: 26   EST. CALORIES: 135   ABV: 4.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Butte Creek Organic Pilsner is light, crisp, refreshing, and delicious, just like a pilsner should be. This pilsner was recognized as a Gold Medal Winner at the Great American Beer Festival. Brewed with organic Pale and Carapils malts, and Wakatu and Organic Sterling hops - we use only the finest ingredients to make this easy drinking beer. To ensure that our Organic Pilsner is "Pilsner Perfect," we use a lager yeast to fashion that smooth, dry finish so characteristic of the pilsner style. This satisfying Americanization of an old German style beer can be enjoyed both liberally and frequently! 4.5% ABV, OG 11.5, IBU 26.

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1.8
thedm (6148) - Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA - AUG 6, 2007
This draft brew from the Oregon Brewers festival poured a head of foamy fine to large sized white colored bubbles that were and left behind a transparent softly carbonated straw yellow colored body. The aroma was malty. The crisp mouth feel was weakly tingly at the start mediumly tingly at the finish. The flavor contained notes of malt and hops. Not one that I would buy again.

2.5
Ratman197 (14698) - Arvada, Colorado, USA - JUL 18, 2007
Bottle poured a clear yellow with a small lasting white head. Aromas of straw, graininess and light yeast. Palate was light bodied and crisp. Flavors of light straw and light bred with a crisp clean finish. Wheres the flavor? Help I can’t taste my beer!

3.6
Cajun (532) - Lafayette, Louisiana, USA - JUL 13, 2007
Bottle - Pale yellow, white head. Grass/straw, lemon, floral nose. Light drinkable flavor, very well balanced of malt and hops. A good pils, and I was surprised. Bravo.

3.1
BrewDad (5328) - Olympia, Washington, USA - JUN 10, 2007
2007 - North American Organic Brewers Festival – Portland, Oregon
Surprising amber color with a nice aroma this was a great beer to drink. The flavors where stronger than most normal pils. Loved the malt and hop balance. A great easy drinking beer.

3.1
vyvvy (6400) - Florissant, Missouri, USA - JUN 8, 2007
Pours lightly hazy yellow with a very sudsy white head. The aroma has grainy pils malt, light creamy richness and traces of spicy hops. Medium body that is grainy with some semi-sharp carbonation. The flavor starts with grainy pale malt, citric lemon and light spice. The flavors are very muddled. The finish is spicier and has more pronounced citrus. This doesn’t seem to be very true to style and comes across as a very fair beer.

3.3
Oakes (17274) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - JUN 8, 2007
Hazy straw colour. Spicy, slightly yeasty aroma with breezy malts. Low bitterness. Touch of hop grassiness, though. Slightly toasty malts lead to a crisp finish.

3.2
rbug (1) - USA - MAY 14, 2007 does not count
Purchased at Whole Foods Light summery pilsner, more flavor than Bud light, but still light enough to drink on a hot day.

1.8
shp555 (2024) - Atlanta, Georgia, USA - APR 24, 2007
Pours a very light straw yellow color with a white head. Aroma is of light malts and slight fruits. Flavor is malty with a fruity finish.

3
goldtwins (4320) - Nesconset, New York, USA - APR 21, 2007
Poured a slightly hazed light yellow with a large white head. Floral and earthy hop aroma over a mild malt with some citrus. Malty and grainy flavor with a moderatley bitter dry finish.

3.3
beerinmarch (2830) - Washington, USA - APR 19, 2007
Crisp and slightly sulfery tasting pils, yeasty with a herbal hop finish. Slightly woody tasting and lemony notes. Pours hazy yellow with a strong white head. Not very similar to urquell, but a nice pils in its own way.


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