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RATINGS: 9   MEAN: 3.32/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.09/5   SEASONAL: Summer   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
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Our Czech Mate Pilsner is a true Bohemian Style Pils; a style renowned for their subtle balance between clean malt character and the refined Noble aroma and flavor of Czech Saaz hops. Both flavorful and refreshing, our Czech Mate is the perfect beer to usher in summer!

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3.4
kramer (6682) - Sunbury, Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 17, 2010
On tap, KOP. Pours a clear gold body with a small fizzy white head. Just a hint of floral hops, doesn’t really smell prominantly like Saaz to me though. Some light bready maltiness below. The flavor is moderately bitter, but not necessarily hoppy. Walking the line between sweet and dry with some crackery and bready maltiness. Finishes a touch harsh. Mouthfeel is light to medium bodied with fine fizzy carbonation. Passable, a little too harshly bitter for the malt bill to balance.

3.8
machfive55 (358) - Columbia, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 10, 2010
Poured yellow with a small head. The aroma was just an awesome hoppiness and the flavor was nice and hoppy as well. The carbonation was excellent, and the beer was crisp and refreshing. I could drink this all day, an excellent version of a Bo Pils!

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JFGrind (2064) - Glenside, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 5, 2010
Nice lunchtime session beer with Saaz hops, medium bodied, light bitterness. Definitely fit the pilsner style profile I would think this is a good seller @ the brewpub.

3.3
dagimp (1008) - Philly, Pennsylvania, USA - MAY 25, 2010
Pours with a TON of fluffy white head. Nice and clear body; yellow golden. Light grassy and mildly hoppy aroma. Mouthfeel is light and fizzy. A bit of bite to this one but not too much. A very good pilsener, I would drink again!

3
hopdog (12953) - Lansdale, Pennsylvania, USA - MAY 16, 2009
On tap at the KoP location. Poured a medium golden color with a smaller sized white head. Aromas of grassiness, lightly spicy, and light citrus. Tastes of the same; grass, some spiciness, and some citrus.

2.9
michael-pollack (4959) - King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, USA - MAY 7, 2009
Draught at BrewPub: Aroma of hops, light citrus, and slight pine. Poured golden/yellow in color with a medium to large-sized, dense, white head, that lasted throughout. Clear. Sparkling. Very good lacing. Slightly sweet, slightly bitter flavor. Tastes of slight noble hops, corn, water, slight herbs, and a hint of lemon. Light to medium body. Dry, thin texture. Average carbonation. Corny, dry finish. Watery.

3.5
Jsawyer (297) - Glenside, Pennsylvania, USA - MAY 4, 2009
Translucent gold body with a thin almost effervescent white head. Aroma was both citric and spicy, with some nice bready lager notes coming through. Flavor had a malty cereal base but was complemented well by the floral and spicy hop component, as well as a little more citrus than is common in most pilsners. Pretty good for pilsner.

3.7
whaleman (2178) - North Wales, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 26, 2007
Clear golden yellow body and scattered white head. Citrus, floral and spice aromas with prominent lager yeast signatures. Quality continental pils malt depth with nice dryness and firm bitterness. This is a crisp and enjoyable pils with ample depth to make it interesting.

3.3
TomDecapolis (4618) - Milton, Delaware, USA - MAY 16, 2007
On tap at KOP location. Pours a translucent golden with a smaller bubbly lightly lacing head. Aroma of floral and citrus notes along with cereal grains and some grassiness. Flavor of Cheerios, tropical fruits hops,, lingering grainy malts, lemon, grassy, hop bitterness, crisp but slightly thin.


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