jenznett (198) - GERMANY - AUG 14, 2017 Quack-Duck (9490) - Down South, - SEP 29, 2012
3.4 AROMA 8/10 APPEARANCE 3/5 TASTE 7/10 PALATE 3/5 OVERALL 13/20
bottle from Edeka Neuendettelsau. Clear pale yellow, large and creamy white head. Good malty base with lots of resiny and slightly grassy hops. With a little more malt power in the background than their Premium Pils, this is another good one from Scherdel.
Malznoten in Duft und Geschmack. Leicht im Geschmack. Wenig Aroma, die kräftige Bitterkeit überwiegt. jaghana (6227) - Strasbourg (Alsace), FRANCE - NOV 2, 2015
Bottle 50cl shared by Calisky, a clear yellow beer with low head, low retention. Nose is on grain, vegetable notes, grassy notes. Aroma is grainy, toasted grain, good bitterness, hay. Finish is on quite bitter and hay like, good bitterness. Calisky (3028) - ALSACE, FRANCE - NOV 1, 2015
Couleur dorée claire, légère mousse. Nez houblonné frais et bien malté. Gout houblonné frais et gras, bien malté avec bonne amertume houblonnée. Bon corps. Fin longue amère houblonnée. Très bonne pils tampierre (1419) - Pilsen, CZECH REPUBLIC - AUG 15, 2015
Bottled, Cesky Brod, CZ, Malt,cereal, some dusty and grassy aroma, Clear dark yellow, bigger lacing head, Sweeter taste, light bitter ending, Medium body, Soft carbon, Decent brew. EAGLE82 (235) - Röslau, Bavaria, GERMANY - APR 1, 2015
Great Pilsner. Nice light color, balanced aroma and a light bitter taste. Recommended to any Pils lover
Beerhunter111 (22250) - P´Castle, GERMANY - FEB 3, 2014
Ins Glas ergießt sich ein goldgelbes Pils mit schöner Schaumkrone. Geruch hopfig, grasig. Geschmack herb, grasig, minimal würzig. boddhitree (58) - Frankfurt, Hesse, GERMANY - MAY 9, 2013
Bought from the website Landbierdealer: Scherdel Edelhell Pils. On the back of the bottle it mentions "finest hops and traditional recipe makes this hop-spiced beer a unique enjoyment." Ok, it’s marketing speak, but the taste is close to what they say. The ingredients list is the usual suspects for a beer "brewed according to the Reinheitsgebot," but in addition to normal hops, they use hop extracts, which I find not only poor quality, but disappointing in following the Fernsehbiere (conglomerates).
The beer pours thick and foamy, nice head as usual for a Pils. Aroma is very strongly suggestive of Pilsner malt mixed with a little noble hops. The taste doesn’t disappoint the aroma, for it’s full on Pilsner malt, maltier than a normal Pils, which suggests a little Münchner malt. The flavor is extremely malty, very full mouth feel, both things I love. This is not a thin conglomerate Pils, but a thick Pilsner-malt bomb. It’s also quite hoppy, especially in the back of the tongue, very strong noble hop character of Saaz, Hersbrücker or Tettnanger. Malt flavors dominated the first few sips, but with not half the 0,3L glass gone, I’m getting lots of bittering hops, in fact, it’s now the predominate flavor. Noticed on the pic of the label it says "Feinherbes Pils?" Herb translates as herbal, but in German beer vernacular it denotes hoppy, vegetal aromas/flavors of noble hops. Again, the warmer this Pils gets, and the more I drink, the more hop has overpowered the malt flavors, but all while being wrapped in a thick, satisfying, almost cozy mouthfeel. When I say hop flavors, it’s not thin, dry nor sharp like a north German style Pils, nor is it the dumbed-downed flavor of a Fernsehbier. However, nearing the end of the glass, I miss the Pilsner malt flavors which have been bullied away by the hops. Nonetheless, a cozy beer to sip with a noble hops smack, not as much a refreshing beer, at least on this winter day a week before Christmas.
Mariusz (11970) - Baden-Baden, GERMANY - SEP 5, 2012
Light gold colour. Some bready malt notes, hints of hopping. Slightly creamy pour. Hints of bread and farm-like hops. Lightish palate, with just a hint of bitterness. Grzesiek79 (4381) - Radom, POLAND - JAN 26, 2012
bread, resin, cooked vegetables, cough drop, amber, rocky head, medium sweetness, very bitter, full body, lively, bitter,