bartlebier (3946) - Belchium im Biersgau, GERMANY - FEB 24, 2014
50cl fliptop bottle sample in "Alles IPA - Craft anders" ProBierClub seminar, Braukunst Live 02/2014. Natural grainy aroma, radiant pale malts. Taste is defined by an immediate and surprising onset of grassy and spicy hops usually more typical of Franconian and Bohemian pilsners, creating a pleasant full-frontal bitterness, resting on cultured sawdust and fragrant grains. / Will revisit soon. mile (3933) - Helsinki, FINLAND - DEC 8, 2010
Bottle. Light yellow, small and almost fully diminishing head. Light to moderate malty and sweetish aroma, some grassy hoppyness. Body is light to medium, malty flavor with some sweetness and grassy hoppyness. Finish is average, malty and dryish with nice hoppy bitterness. Quite watery but nicely hopped pils. culchiem (3929) - Berlin, GERMANY - FEB 11, 2014
Bottle from McTapps, ta Sabine. Clean gold with a large frothy head. Aroma is thin slightly metallic malt. Flavour is crisp bitter hop on a grainy malt base and a sharp bitter finish. rauchbier (3882) - Isle Of Beer, Lincolnshire, ENGLAND - NOV 28, 2004
Bottle, from some cheap supermarket in Köln. Gold, moderate white head and gentle condition. Gentle graininess initialy in the nose but with some starchiness creeping in (or out) with time. Chalky graininess and low hop in the mouth becoming quite dry and bitter in the finish.
teddybeer (3737) - Madrid, SPAIN - DEC 2, 2013
[Thanks to McTapps]. Bottle. Golden colour with a frothy and large white head with good lasting. Aroma is rea cereal and grassy. Flavor has notes of fress grass and hay. Plane final with a mild bitterness.
ElDesmadre (3626) - Mikołów, POLAND - MAR 7, 2014
Bottle. Hoppy aroma, herbal-grassy, with some notes of malt and resin. A bit more full than a generic German pils, with a pronounced yet balanced bitterness. The draught version at the brewery’s taproom was better but this one is really good nonetheless. JanLaursen (3227) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - NOV 6, 2011
Bottle, 50 cl: Straw-yellow beer with a lush white head and a fresh, slightly sweet aroma of malt, grain and grass. The flavor is moderately sweet and mild bitterness. The body is light, soft texture, carbonation average. Dry hoppy bitter finish. A nice textbook German pils. Zlotta (3203) - Hagen / Bonn, GERMANY - JUN 27, 2017
0.3 l on tap at ’Fiege’s Stammhaus’. Clear, golden yellow with a medium large, foamy, stable, white head. Slightly sweetish, fairly grassy-spicy, slightly floral and a bit fruity aroma of hay, some grains and a touch of citrus. Slightly sweet, already quite bitter, grassy-spicy, floral and a little fruity taste of fresh grass, grains and hints of citrus, followed by a medium long, rather dry-bitter, grassy-spicy finish. Almost medium-bodied, slightly creamy and moderately effervescent mouthfeel, soft carbonation. Very refreshing, thirst-quenching and crisp example of a classic Pilsener. asheft (3062) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - SEP 3, 2008
Grassy, hay plus sweet, almost caramelly, honey malt aroma. Clear straw with a quickly dropping white cover. Flavour begins with nicely balanced honey-sweet malt and hops flavour and then develops into a gently bittered, crisp feel. Sort of a bitter and sweet finish, moderate carbonation, medium body. Another fuller-bodied German pils with excellent maltiness! Thanks, again, pivnizub! User37895 (3042) - - AUG 28, 2006
A nice crisp pils, yet still only a pils, and enjoyable after some home project work tonite. The pour was its best feature, nice golden color with a very thick and rich foamy head. The lacing was quite solid also. The aroma was strong grass, some grains, and a light hint of vegetables or herbs. The flavor was strong dry grass over an almost bready initial light malt flavor. With increasing temperatures, the grassy hops took over and this was a rather hoppy bitter beast (for a pils anyway). Somewhat dry mouthfeel enhanced by a significant level of carbonation. Not bad. Much thanks to MoritzF, who through this one in as a gift in a trade with DerDoppelbock. A nice opportunity to sip a rare brew. Prosit!