canary dog (774) - Rutland, Vermont, USA - JUL 21, 2012
UPDATED: JUN 27, 2015 Clean and fresh Noble hops accentuate this excellent session beer. This beer pours a nice frothy head, and releases a pleasing Noble aroma with just a subtle hint of malt. The finish is slightly spicy, and almost a touch lemony, but it is quite smooth nonetheless. Pleasantly grassy and straw make up the middle notes. I re-rated this fine beer after having it most weekends this summer. It is THE best pilsner I have ever had. Just excellent and fresh and perfectly brewed. Just an outstanding pilsner and THE one that American micros should strive to duplicate. One of my all-time three favorite beers. biobier99 (23) - Neumarkt, GERMANY - DEC 19, 2001
my favourite, you all should try the Zisch. The only difference is the special bottle for this Pils. felsenpils (174) - 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! BeerZack (288) - Asheville, North Carolina, USA - MAR 25, 2013
Pale golden straw color with a frothy looking head that pours an initial 2 fingers high. Smells of lightly spicy and clean grassy hops with soda-cracker-like pils malt undertone. Taste is more balanced that I would have guessed from the nose. The initial bitterness from the hops is almost immediately supported by a soft biscuity malt that smooths the bitter edge into a dry crispness. Has one of those dry but quenching finishes that makes me want to take another drink immediately after the last drink. johnnnniee (4312) - Bedford, New Hampshire, USA - APR 25, 2013
Pours a faintly chill hazed light golden color with a huge fluffy white head that persists well. .From a green bottle smelled a bit of skunk and sulfur when first opened, but really aired out well. Caramelized melanoid bready pilsner malt with a hint of spicy floral hops make for a wonderful lager aroma. The flavor is sweet sugary bready malty goodness with faint balancing hop flavor. Medium body with a moderate level of carbonation and a sweet watery mouthfeel. This is a pretty damn good pilsner. Light clean simple flavorful refreshing, I may buy more of this.
bager (2120) - Copenhagen N, DENMARK - APR 5, 2008
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. nuplastikk (6289) - 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. 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. GoufCustom (2005) - HONG KONG - JUN 18, 2014
pivnizub (10621) - Bochum, Porúří, GERMANY - NOV 22, 2005
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!
UPDATED: JUL 12, 2006 Bottle: Pale golden coloured, mid -sized fluffy white head, slowly vanishing, visible carbonation; malty nose, traces of honey combined with a distinctive floral hoppiness; mild sweetish beginning; moderate bitter flavour; long "oily" and very spicy, aromatic hoppy finish, the promised aromatic are really detectable ! Very good, aromatic Pils, completely underrated....It should be better called "Bohemian Pilsener".........