pivo (2689) - GERMANY - DEC 15, 2002
Sweet malt nose that is dusty. Crystal clear yello/gold color and a decent head. Weak flavor that is slightly lemony with a tinge of hops at the end. Clear palette and finish. Crisp, refreshing pils. BrewBoxer (2667) - 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
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone DeanF (2647) - Quebec, CANADA - OCT 21, 2010
500ml bottle found somewhere in Paris. Pours a perfect bright yellow, excellent head, but could be just a little more solid for a perfect score. Aroma of hops, not overpowering, but enough. Taste is a smooth pilsner, plenty of hops but again not too excessive, smooth finish. Watery aftertaste, no bitterness. Very drinkable, well engineered. Atom (2599) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - JUL 19, 2012
12oz bottle courtesy of secret santa, pours a clear pale golden with a medium white head. Aroma of grassy hops, yeast, malt, and slight lemon. Taste is clean and light, with slight bread on the finish. Very drinkable but too light in the taste. YogiBeera (2569) - New Jersey, USA - DEC 15, 2002
Skunky flowery nose. Golden, fizzy carbonation and fizzy head. Malt and grain tste. Thin.
armando629 (2456) - Budapest, HUNGARY - MAY 4, 2009
Classic and correct german pils, nothing more. Clear palate and aroma, nice appearance. Fine grainy malt and herbal hop in the aroma, sourish-citrus yeast with some sweet start of malt, moderated and balanced dry hop-bitterness in the finish. Exciting because of bio, and not a boring one. Sarlacc83 (2439) - 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. GoufCustom (2258) - HONG KONG - JUN 18, 2014
bager (2120) - Copenhagen N, DENMARK - APR 5, 2008
500 ml bottle bought at Great Food Hall in Pacific Place, Admiralty.
Looks: Clear light golden honey colour;One and a half finger head and crumpet white foam which lasts for 2 minutes; Moderate sticky lacing and fizzy carbonation.
Aroma: Fragrant Pilsener malt, with honey, floral, light orange, strong bread, dough, very light lemon and light grass.
Taste: Mid to light sweet full malt, with honey, molasses, flower pedals, thick bread, dough, yeast, lemon, astringent bitter hops and grass.
Body: Close to light. Slick palate.
Mouth Feel: Refreshing and dynamically hoppy German Pils. Very malty, taste and smell nice in a moderate body. Well-tuned sweetness of honey, molasses with neat floral favours. Tasty thick white bread and dough. Nice meal in a mug!
Hoppiness: Nice light orange, floral nectar, lemon and light grass nose. Light lemon, petals, hops and light grass in taste. Bitterness is moderate and dynamic, stretching it out for nice astringent taste as time went by for a long lasting light bitter finish.
After Taste: Fairly dry; Hoppy and light sweet to mouth.
Comments: I am glad I picked this one for my #700 review - It’s Pils-hoppy but in a light, tasty, aromatic and seductive fashion. Coupled with thick malts and great-tasting and well-defined floral sweetness, this is a treat well worth sessioning. Lovely Pils!
Bottled. Clear golden colured with a rather large dense white head. Very well balanced with notes of straw, grain, bread, caramel and a somewhat dry and hoppy finish. Very nice. KeefOz (1953) - Tarragindi, AUSTRALIA - APR 6, 2013
UPDATED: APR 7, 2013 500ml bottle, Wurtzburg, Germany. Poured a clear light golden straw colour with a thin bubble head that laced OK. Moderate to high carbonation with many small bubbles forming trails. Aromas of sweet malt and herbal hops. Taste of slight malt sweetness followed by low bitterness hops. Light body. Typical but a bit ordinary.