Dunedin Bohemian Rhapsody Imperial Pilsner

RATINGS: 21   MEAN: 3.4/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.25/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 234   ABV: 7.8%
A Mega Hopped Imperial Bohemian Pilsner... BIG!

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Shag (3060) - Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA - SEP 2, 2006
A nice imperial pilsner. A big saaz and grassy aroma with perfume and flower notes. A cloudy yellow appearance with a white head. A sweet funky flavor with some lemons and peach. A slight alcohol burn on the way down. A nice beer indeed.

NYHarvey (2153) - New York, New York, USA - AUG 4, 2006
UPDATED: DEC 20, 2006 Draft. Huge saaz hop aroma is citric, grapefruit peel and lightly floral and beneath this lies a grainy/grassy smelling malt aroma. The body is a rich golden color and holds a firm creamy looking, lasting, white head. Big grapefruit hop blast in the fore followed by a balancing, slightly sweet, malt base that is a little grassy, but very crisp. At times the malt component gets almost bready, but the hops are firm and even and are the main element. Finish is light, dry and imparts a sustained hop bitterness. Nicely done.

desurfer (1302) - Melbourne, Florida, USA - SEP 29, 2006
Light gold in color. Tons of Saazy goodness from the aroma to the finish. The sticky maltiness kicks in late along with some alcohol warmth. Pretty good pils.

matta (1140) - Tampa, Florida, USA - AUG 23, 2006
Rating # 975
I really dig this beer; More so than most of the other Dunedin beers but only because their house-yeast, which is so plentiful in most all the others. But that’s cool; the house yeast thing, it makes their beers distinguishable, I just prefer this style better.

Pours a lovely golden / orange body and a tall white head. The aroma is blissful earthy / woody /grassy hops nearly shroud in biskity blanket of sweet candy like malts. The hops are citric in a way but more of an undertone of spruce wood chips in the spiciness but the citrus does come out in a lemon zest form; a hint of herbal-ness, lemon grass and rosemary twigs. I really like the way it’s all put together, I don’t know that it could ever be done the same way again, in truth. The beer seemed experimental; yet intended… if you get that?

DrinkEmUpJones (1069) - Georgia, USA - DEC 23, 2010
Pours cloudy lemon yellow with minimal head and lacing. No aroma whatsoever. Light bodied with a creamy palate tinged with lemon-lime. Simple, typical of a pilsner.good for the style.

crizay (1050) - Brook Park, Ohio, USA - JUL 21, 2006
Pours hazy yellow, nice white head. This just didn’t do it for me I know all the hype was around this being there first lager, but it wasn’t for me. Slight malts then being overtaken by grapefruit tasting hops and too much of them, I’m not a hop fan and that’s all that was going on here.

afterglow (1047) - Florida, USA - MAR 10, 2008
Tap. Pours a clear golden with a one finger lasting white head that leaves good lacing. Aroma of pilsner malt and floral hops. Taste is the same as aroma. Medium mouthfeel with a moderate amount of bitterness and well hidden alcohol. Very good.

elmatador00 (519) - Raleigh, North Carolina, USA - JAN 14, 2008
Draft at Brewery. Pours a clear golden color with a large white head. Hints of hops, malts, spice, and some fruit. Finished with a spicy malt flavor.

fro2218 (471) - Atlanta, Georgia, USA - FEB 27, 2008
Huge white head and alot of grainy aroma. A little bitter and alot of alchol and sweet maltyness.

steelcitybrew (454) - Orlando, Florida, USA - JUL 27, 2010
Shared growler. Pours a golden yellow with a medium white head. Aroma is hoppy, rice, malty character. Taste is ok. Yeast, rice, hops, and grapefruit. Palate is medium moutfeel, a bit sour. Overall a decent pilsner

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