gorkogrlo (359) - Zagreb, CROATIA - JAN 18, 2014
Bottle 0.5l. Medium white head, not so much lacing. Aroma of lime, grass, malt, little metallic. In flavour there is mostly malt character with some toast and honey notes. In aftertaste grass and spices. Crisp. Light to medium body. Really good german style pilsner. BrewBoxer (2657) - New York, New York, USA - JAN 13, 2014
Bottle at Bavaria NYC on stone street which just opened. Pours a light tan color with a head that lasts . Taste is crisp and smooth. Good one
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12oz bottle labeled "Lammsbrau Organic Pilsner." Sweet citrusy and big skunky aroma. Sweet grainy pilsner malt flavor with tons of grass and hay. decent pilsner Patrickctenchi (6692) - Cox’s Knob, columbus, Indiana, USA - JAN 5, 2014
Pours hazy, light yellow-gold with a tall, white head.
Skunked, green glass scent, over grain malt....
Sour sharp grain...lemon/lime flavor.....
Actually pretty clean and crisp once you get past the aroma..... Sarlacc83 (2287) - Portland, Oregon, USA - JAN 5, 2014
A: Cloudy yellow with a dim white head. Good lacing.
N: Good nose. Lemon zest, grape vine, malt, heather, pepper, and earthy hops.
T: Very tasty. Swirling hops and some citrus type sourness. Malt provides a light background.
M: Fluffy and creamy. Light and drinkable.
O: If someone handed me this in a liter, I’d drink it down and ask for more. Excellent, and almost as good as Heater Allen.
nuplastikk (6416) - Madison, Wisconsin, USA - JAN 4, 2014
11.2oz bottle. Hazy orange-tan body. Foamy white head. Big, classic noble hop aroma..grassy, spicy...jumos out at you. Medium bodied, the creamy yeast tones give it a sort of Kellerbier feel, or even Zwickel, but the hefty noble hops flavors are very Pils centered. Significantly more enjoyable than most US versions, and pretty solid for a German beer as well. Good stuff, World Class Pils. Moravius (1403) - Berlin, GERMANY - DEC 22, 2013
UPDATED: JAN 14, 2014 Flasche aus einem Öko-Supermarkt in Berlin. - Strohgelb, klar. Nase und Antrunk malzsüßlich mit leichten, blumig-grasigen Hopfenaromen. Gut rezent, etwas wäßrig. Zurückhaltende Bittere im Nachtrunk. - Trotz „feinherber“ Hopfenaromen etwas blaß, eher ein Helles als ein Pils. Muß ein ökologisch korrektes Bier so schmecken oder hatten die Neumarkter Angst, mit etwas kräftigerer Hopfengabe ihre Biokundschaft zu verschrecken? Hier wäre mehr drin gewesen - schade um das gute Biomalz! DCLawyer (2912) - Falls Church, Virginia, USA - NOV 9, 2013
Bottle->taster at BBB Fest-Nashville. Clear golden with frothy white head. Grassy, with some citrus, cereal, corn, hay. Light. fishonmyplane (505) - Newington, Connecticut, USA - OCT 20, 2013
Different bottle than the one shown - mine had the long skinny neck (American version?). The hop level is just right for a pils. Light bodied & made only with pale malts. It’s not sweet at all, which is a very good thing. Grassy, a little aromatic, some spruce and hay. felsenpils (183) - Sacramento, California, USA - OCT 8, 2013
A very delicate Pils. Clear blond color, massive foam and lacing. Nice malt flavor and a strong hop character without being bitter or too aromatic. I am not really into "organic" food and beverage, but if this is organic as well, all the better. Everything has been done right here, you could drink this all day. True German Pilsner is a style which is very hard to do right. In the US, everybody over hops and over caramel malts their Pils. In Germany, the tendency has been toward less characteristic Pils in the last several years, you can hardly tell one from another. Lammsbräu is doing it right. If you are into this beer style, then get a fresh batch of this. It blows Beck´s, Warsteiner, Bitburger, König and all the rest of the mass marketed German Pils out of the water. Worth every extra penny that it costs!