haukur (2101) - Kópavogur, ICELAND - FEB 21, 2005
UPDATED: OCT 17, 2005 interesting hoppy aroma, unstable head. malty and extremely dry, maybe the driest pilsner I´ve ever had, interesting stuff qdog (201) - Cleveland, Mississippi, USA - DEC 4, 2004
Light yellow in color, very light body with average head, dry at the end. i guess i’m not a huge fan of pilsners b/c it seems pretty plain. Styles (2016) - Lincoln Park, Michigan, USA - NOV 25, 2004
Golden light in color. Rather smooth but almost no taste. Watery thin body. Dry finish slight skunky aftertaste. Just another average pilsner. davidCC (130) - New York, USA - NOV 22, 2004
I bought a mini-keg 1.32 gal, of this fine pilsner and thought it was terrific. Not the most appealing appearance or aroma but certaintly a very smooth fine beverage. 11026 (1772) - Alabama, USA - NOV 18, 2004
Bottle. Not bad for a pilsner. Grassy hop aroma. A little spicey also. Decent body. Nice bitter hop finish.
Pailhead (6543) - Rochester Hills, Michigan, USA - NOV 17, 2004
UPDATED: NOV 18, 2004 Bottle: Classic pilsner aroma. Real pale transparent yellow. Nice lacing. Light malt up front with a light bitterness in the finish. It’s a pilsner. What more can you say? Emil (6064) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - NOV 13, 2004
Draugh, golden color, medium hoppy aroma and taste, light body, light bitter dry finish. BSWK (1) - Hardegsen, GERMANY - SEP 27, 2004 does not count
hoppy, bitter: roomtemperature/
refreshing, light hoppy, light metall: cool (7-9 °C)
If it´s at about 10°C underneath the temperature thats surrounding you it´ll slip down your throat like discribed in "cool".
It´s my favorite pilsener Skip (206) - Indiana, USA - JUL 16, 2004
Deep golden color. The aroma is hoppy with vague floral notes. The flavor was too light by comparison to other German Pilseners. beastdog75 (364) - Brick, New Jersey, USA - MAY 7, 2004
Not the most exciting German pilsener out there. This one was a bit skunked, but still had some decent malt flavors. Grassy flavor, moderate bitterness and dryness. Similar to some Northern German pils (like Jever).