Rune (13781) - Tromsø, NORWAY - JAN 19, 2018
Poured from a bottle during a tasting session at Foersters Feine Biere, shared with Finn. A patchy white head to a hazy golden body. Spotty lacing. Modest smell of herbal hops and grass. Mixed taste of ripe citrus and pale malts. Nice, discreet, dry bitter ending. Fine bodied. Decent version of the style. (Berlin 11.01.2018). Nische (2675) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - DEC 27, 2017
Bottle from SinH4, many thanks Stefan! Pours slightly unclear yellow with a frothy, white head. Grainy bread aroma with cereal, grass and hoppy citrus. Taste is cereal, a very light butterscotch caramel and some dry grass bitterness. Great balance but the aroma is a bit too basic. murzyn (618) - Sosnowiec, POLAND - DEC 15, 2017
Barwa lekko złota, piana duża.
Aromat ziołowy, trochę trawy i lekkie cytrusy.
W smaku w zasadzie podobnie. Goryczka lekka, wyczuwalna.
Spoko pifko. MikeBeermaster (1173) - that shaggy maggot, POLAND - DEC 11, 2017
UPDATED: DEC 19, 2017 Tough aroma of grain with notes of sulfur and harsh hoppy note. Very fresh and noble. Translucent golden in the glass with a thick white head. Taste is semi dry with grain straw, malty base and hoppy herbal touch with sulfuric scratches. Really magnificent. Very good, but longer maturation will show the best what that pilsener gonna be. Ritzn (1994) - GERMANY - NOV 28, 2017
Golden. Aroma is a nice mix of grass herbs and gummy bears light wood/tree bark maybe pizza. Taste is sour awkward hops with almost no sweetness. Quite some bitterness. Medium fresh. Could be more balanced. Not very smooth. Medium drinkable with some starch in the finish. Ok.
tgrtnr (395) - Augsburg, Bavaria, GERMANY - NOV 26, 2017
330 ml bottle. Pours pale golden with a nice creamy head. Spicy hoppy nose. Grassy and herbal notes, aroma hops and citrus, grapefruit, hay. Hoppy and fruity bitterness, with a dry sour finish. Creamy texture, medium body. Hoppy finish and lasting aftertaste. Very nice Pilsener. ozzatoadisback (225) - ITALY - SEP 1, 2017
Slightly darker than golden with a bit of haziness, more hazy on second pour. Good frothy white head, ok retention and nice lacing. Reasonably fresh aroma shows herbal/grassy notes and a bit of citric fruitiness among a cerealish and grainy malts base. Taste follows the aroma, again with good enough intensity. Medium sweet and low to medium bitter, with a semi-dry grassy and slightly bitter finish. Overall still on the sweet side for a pilsner. Getting a slight hint of vegetables and an overall not too clean finish. Light bodied with average carbonation, going down easy as it should be. Overall not totally flawless and not 100% true to 'pils' label. Still enjoybale.