njnut (486) - Toms River, New Jersey, USA - DEC 11, 2016
UPDATED: DEC 12, 2016 Poured from can a clear light gold. Grassy, cereal and hay aroma. Slightly wheaty with grass and hay in taste. Not horrible but Pils just doesn’t do it for me. freekyp (2257) - Thomasville, North Carolina, USA - OCT 16, 2016
A decent pils, but lacking character. Crisp with nice pale malts and good hop balance. Missing distinctive grassiness. Aroma has a bit if skunkiness. climberbob (458) - Virginia, USA - AUG 27, 2016
Can into glass by the beach. Looks like a pils. Mild beer aroma and taste. Well balanced w a bit of a bitter finish. Decent inoffensive pils but not Amazing.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone TAR (2765) - Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina, USA - JUL 21, 2016
Canned on 6/27/16: Burnished yellow. Creamy halo of foam. Polished aroma of tea, lemon, flowers, honeyed baguette and shortbread. Firm carbonation. Considerably minerally and snappily malty, initially, with a toasty richness charged with lemon-pepper hop characteristics. Lush, mouth-filling breadlike notes augment the leaner, grassier haylike notions, as does a lemony complexity which ranges from lemon drops to more-flowery lemon balm and delicately sweet, oily nectar. Vibrant push of lemon and a peppery tealeaf bitterness contrasts nicely with the gentle sugars. Kiss of yeast marks the body with more "snap", but otherwise is not perceivable. Vivid and slender maltiness continues to sparkle in the lean finish, as heftier and richly textured shortbread, cookie and honey-drizzled hay fuse with lemon and herbs. When this is in good condition, it’s a very solid and well-crafted pils that shows commendable balance. However, after trying three batches in as many months, one of which was laden with DMS and another overrun with huskiness, I’m left scratching my head. Also worth noting is that the plastic baggie odor, which I’ve detected in several batches of their kölsch (often in conjunction with excessive carbonation, suggestive of infection), has been apparent in two of this six cans from this batch (minus the seltzery carbonation). So, buyer beware, and drink this within a few weeks from canning date for optimum enjoyment. HourGlass13 (909) - North Carolina, USA - APR 23, 2016
Pours up a crystal clear, golden yellow with a nice white foam head. Aroma is grainy, doughy accented pils maltiness with a touch of lemon juice. Taste is grainy with pilsner malts, touches of yeasty dough. Low, light sweetness. Lemony citrus and a dusting of herbs. Medium to low bitterness. Some lasting pils malt on the smooth, dry finish. Nice.
Bork (455) - Rosewood, Georgia, USA - JUL 26, 2015
Nice and clean brew with good bitterness and subdued flowers. Crisp, refreshing, enjoyable. rdixon77 (2832) - Georgia, USA - JUL 10, 2015
Solid pils. Some lemon, cracker, mild bitterness, Pilsner maltiness. Easy drinking and light. drowland (8684) - Georgia, USA - JUL 4, 2015
7/4/15. Growler from Craft on Draft. Lightly hazed golden pour, hints at orange, nice off-white head, good lacing. Can’t complain there. Light aroma, hints at crackery, a grassy bite. Light flavor, carbonic bitterness, grassy, pils malts, lemon zest. Not bad. radio_nowhere (1472) - Maryland, USA - APR 29, 2015
Can poured into pint glass, clear pale golden color with white head. Aroma notes of pale malt sweetness and grassy/earthy hops. Taste is pretty much the aroma with some citrus tones. Light body, moderate carbonation, crisp with slight earthy bitter finish. Solid pils that pushes the tett hops a little bit. malvrich (323) - Durham, North Carolina, USA - APR 12, 2015
UPDATED: JUL 6, 2017 7 week old can into a stemless wine glass.
Revisiting this as it has been changed for the better.
A: Crystal clear light gold with a short, fast-falling white head. Spotty lace.
S: Crackers, grass and light caramel.
T: Cracker/sourdough bread notes joined by a grassy or herbal hop bite that lingers. Biscuit, caramel and soft floral hop notes as it warms.
M: Light as expected at 4.8%. Crisply carbonated and refreshing.
O: Light, refreshing and fairly tasty with much improved malts. Not usually cheap but worth a try for pils fans.