Hofmark Würzig Mild

Formerly brewed at Hofmark Brauerei
Style: Pilsener
Cham-Loifling, Germany


on tap


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RATINGS: 23   MEAN: 3.13/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.1/5   EST. CALORIES: 159   ABV: 5.3%
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motelpogo (8031) - Plzen, CZECH REPUBLIC - JAN 26, 2003
this seems to be available only in cham or australia. and i think it is the best of the lot. lots of hay and some honey in the aroma. a half litre of this disappeared very quickly, but i did only have 40 minutes to have a half litre of the 3 hofmark pilses. amazingly soft, disappearing texture, beautiful light golden with the faintest greenish tinge. plenty of bitterness is there but the finish is so dry that you have to look for it a bit. fantastic. i could go on for hours about it

duff (5486) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - SEP 12, 2002
RE-rate: Probably the best pilsener i've had. Kind of woody hoppy aroma. Hugely flavourful (is that a word?). Spicy, herbal, invigourating, bitter, solid etc. Extremely satisfying herbal bitter finish, crisp, brilliant.

dubs (117) - St Peters, NSW, AUSTRALIA - JAN 21, 2003
Yes indeed. Like this plonk fo sure. If yo just browsin through reviewz to prepare yoself for a big night at tha bottle barn, kick it with these mothaz.

Betty (236) - Walgett, NSW, AUSTRALIA - APR 10, 2003
You know you like this. Home aid and band posts and dopes go bam with honey and cheese and siamese lesbian twins.

Nesta13 (205) - AUSTRALIA - OCT 23, 2002
Slightly cloudy golden body with one of the best heads ever on a pilsener. Nice dry, hoppy aroma. Tastes GREAT: like everything a German lager should be. In addition, it is very well hopped - there is a mild hop attack and enough malts to keep you interested. A very satisfying beer.

dortmunder (961) - Herdecke, GERMANY - JUN 3, 2005
Bottled. Clear golden colour. Medium, lacey head. Aroma is strange for a German pilsner. Quite grassy, but some citrus fruits and pine needles there. Malty background in the taste, a bit reminiscient of the malt in some american beers, maybe chocolatey is the right word. Otherwise hoppy and with a very light sweetness. Finishes unusual for a pilsner. Citrus-fruity hops and chocolatey maltiness. Overall the malts and hops remind me of American beers. Weird, as I don´t think they use any of those. Barely mediumbodied, but with a smooth texture. Excellent pilsner.

Quack-Duck (9568) - Down South, GERMANY - SEP 2, 2007
swing-top-bottle bought in Cham. Golden yellow colour, large head, impressiveley nice aroma of herbs, hop and malt. Very intensive flavour, malty, hoppy with pleasant hints of fruit and herbs, apple mainly. Pleasantl carbonation.

CQC (224) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - JUN 2, 2008
Woody stuff, cloudy appearance, lingering malty aroma and taste, excellent smooth texture with long lasting spongy froth on the top. Good amount og hops so as not overpower the malt. Very easy to drink and enjoy.

onlyrocknroll (379) - Antwerp, BELGIUM - FEB 26, 2008
Darker gold than a standerd pils, with a small head. Rich malty aroma, which is peppery and herbal. Crisp and herbal flavour with a gentle bitterness that gains strength towards its dry finish. This is a very nice, flavourful, and also very distinctive pilsener.

Quinten (1061) - zaandam, NETHERLANDS - NOV 19, 2006
Golden color, thin lasting head,..bit spicy,,lots of natural herbs..some bits of cooked vegetables, resin, and fruits,...I trid 2 bottles to have no re-rate

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