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Brewed by Fourpure Brewing Co.
Style: Pilsener
Bermondsey, England

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RATINGS: 131   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.26/5   IBU: 35   EST. CALORIES: 141   ABV: 4.7%
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Keg, can & bottle; Regular.

This is our take on a traditional German Pilsner. Generously hopped with a blend of Hallertauer and Saaz and fermented with a classic Bavarian yeast. Inspired by Munich, and our cycling adventures through Germany and the Czech Republic.

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jooilakon (133) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JUN 24, 2017
Tap at Bull & Last @ Hampstead on 24/06/2017. Aromas of malts and citrus notes. Clear pale golden bod and white head. Taste is malts with a citrus finish and a hoppy touch. Well balanced and refreshing!

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MikeBeermaster (828) - that shaggy maggot, POLAND - JUN 16, 2017
Aroma of grain straw with notes of malty base. Clear golden in the glass with frothy off-white. Taste is semi dry with tough grainy base, some malts and touch of hops. Bit of herbal background. I’ve expected more, forgettable, but refreshing.

1.4
tfredvik (1941) - Oslo, NORWAY - JUN 3, 2017
Very pale golden body with an off-white, creamy and long-lived head that laces the glass well. Moderate aroma of pale malts, sewer and faint rubber. Ouch. Something’s have gone wrong here! Moderate flavour of pale malts, citrus and extremely unpleasant rubber. Light sweet and light bitter taste. Light and dry mouthfeel, moderate carbonation. I managed to take four sips before this disaster went into the sink. Hopefully a very bad can.
[33 cl can, enjoyed 4 months before BB date, from M&S Paddington]

3.3
Holmen1 (5840) - Stavanger, NORWAY - MAY 6, 2017
Boks delt med Ovesen på Holmens aktivitetsdag: klar, lys strågul med ok skum. Citrus, lys malt og friske urter - en lys og meget lettdrikkelig terrassepils denne flotte maidagen. Mild, floral bitterhet i ettersmaken.

3.6
Holmen2 (3568) - NORWAY - MAY 6, 2017
Can shared with JMD at HNB 06.05.17. Clear pale golden. Small white head. Aroma and taste of meadows, fresh hops and succade. Good!

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Cunningham (7861) - Halden, NORWAY - MAY 1, 2017
Clear golden color with a fine white head. Nice lacing. Moderate intensity in the aroma. Medium body and a fine carbonation level. Herbal, malty and mild citric flavor. Nice crisp pilsner.
[The greateranglia train session Feb 17 – Ipswich to Chelmsford]

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tmrmwel (2058) - Bergen, NORWAY - APR 19, 2017
Can, four months before bbd. Pours clear light yellow, with a big creamy head. Aroma is crisp, floral hops, and light malts with cereals and honey. Medium body, with average carbonation. Flavour is floral and citrusy hops, with minerals and soapy notes, as well as a nice malty back with cereals and honey. Decent, but not very exciting in any way.

3.3
kajser27 (1786) - Zagreb, CROATIA - APR 9, 2017
Clear, golden colored, small white head. Aroma is of malt, grains, some sulphur, lightly fruity, bit straw and grassy herbal notes. Taste is of pils malt, grainy, some suplhury notes, bit buttery, medium bitterness, bit fruity, grassy and strawy hops, bit bready, dry finish. Medium- bodied, zesty, average+ carbonation, bit creamy. A decent pils. (can from Fourpure brewery, London)

3.2
joergen (27983) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - MAR 30, 2017
Draught at Taphouse. Clear golden colored with a small white head. Malty aroma of hay, grass and hops. Malty flavor of hay, hops and grass. Hoppy finish.

3.3
Borup (14334) - Albertslund, DENMARK - MAR 28, 2017
From tap at Taphouse. A clear golden coloured beer with a white head. Aroma and flavour of malt, hops, fruit, straw and with a bitter finish.


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