oobawa (1301) - Tennessee, USA - NOV 29, 2016
Apt name, since the hops are sharp and medicinal, lingering on the palate throughout the beer. Snappy apple with a cereal malt back, mildly sweet laced with a hint of tartness, followed by a strong Euro-hop finish. Drinkable, improving as it warms. tfontana (950) - Fremont, New Hampshire, USA - NOV 22, 2016
Can pour into taster cup at One Stop Market 30th Anniversary. Appearance is light yellow, light sparkle, thin ring of head. Aroma is subtle, nondescript. Taste is cracker, pilsner malt, tart. Palate is medium bodied with dry, tart finish. Overall, fairly bland and what’s there is pretty run of the mill, but pilsener isn’t really my style anyway. DutchDrebus (5939) - Oirschot, NETHERLANDS - NOV 15, 2016
Can @ home. Nice golden pilsener basicly. Malts, grains, crisp and refreshing. Easily drinkable. Andrew196 (1853) - Katy, Texas, USA - NOV 14, 2016
Draft at Shepherd Park - Pours a clear rich gold, thin by foamy white head with slippery lace. Smells pretty fresh, clean, apples, a hoppy edge. Probably one of the best pilseners I’ve had....very well rounded, well balanced taste. A subdued hoppy bite, floral grains, traces of citrus, no skunk, no corn flavor, some ripe apple up in there. Everything I like about the style, nothing I don’t. biir (1308) - Berlin, - NOV 7, 2016
Can at ShakeShack, Brooklyn - Well hopped, easy pils. A bit too much on the lemon side for me. Body is watery to medium. Finish is dry.
decaturstevo (6240) - decatur, Tennessee, USA - NOV 3, 2016
Gold pour with clinging white head. Aroma is light/medium citrus and bread. Flavor is sweet malt start with a large resiny bitter finish. Almost thick. A touch of sweet as well. JFGrind (2042) - Glenside, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 22, 2016
No zigs, zags, strange hops or weird adjuncts. Straight up Pilsener makes The Crisp a above average light bodied beer. ClarkVV (6639) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - OCT 20, 2016
Draught and cans over the years, since debut, most recently at the Brooklyn Bowl on 10/7/16.johnnymusky (983) - Minnesota, USA - OCT 18, 2016
Clear, pale-golden/flaxen colored body is topped by a fairly dense, white head showing good retention.
Crackers, biscuits, citric hops and lots of spicy, herbal character in the nose with a big peppery finish and light cereal hints as well. Seemingly very nice attenuation, as the nose, other than showing some American hop notes (very light pine) and light cereal notes, shows very strong grainy malts, as well. No alcohol or flaws.
Dry, yet with a good suppleness from the malts, the beer contains no shortage of hops, with herbs, lemon, pepper and even pine and light grapefruit. Bitterness builds up a bit much, perhaps and the light pine seems somewhat out-of-place. No alcohol or flaws, though I’ve had more than one can, over the years, which was full of diacetyl. Been a while, though, so I hope they’ve got that behind them. Anyways, a good pilsner available in lots of places you wouldn’t get craft beer otherwise. Even if there’s a bit more resin in most Six Point beers than I’d like, it’s still quite drinkable and thankfully on the dry side.
Poured from can...crisp and clean...refreshing....some hops and light malt...good smmaaren (588) - NORWAY - OCT 8, 2016
355 ml can from Vinmonopolet. Pours clear pale yellow with a small head. Aromas of hops and lemon. Taste is sweet. Good lager.