Fixersbrewing (9) - Houston, Texas, USA - JUL 21, 2014 does not count
Are you guys f#&*%$g kidding me!?!?! This brew is tantamount to purrfection! This pompous whiny-ass, Aroma-blah-blah-blah, head laced suck my ass. WTF?!? Get OVER your selves. Crisp is Lager perfection, DONE Son. A delish brew like this should make you question your lot in life. NO ONE, NOT a Single one of you could EVER brew a beer as good as this! PERIOD. Six Point, hats off guys, keep nail’in it, I’ll keep enjoy’in it. Peace. ordybill (1815) - Douglasville, Georgia, USA - MAR 14, 2016
Poured from a 12 OZ can into a pint glass. The appearance is a clear, pale gold with a small white head. The aroma is a nice blend of hops and yeast. The taste is an awesome experience. The yeast and malt mixes perfectly with the hops and citrus. Braudog (6804) - Yorktown, Virginia, USA - NOV 6, 2011
Can. As soon as I popped the top, the enticing waft of earthy hops made it to my olfactory glands and made me want to dive in! It pours with an equal sexiness, topped with a pile of heady foam, glistening and golden beneath. This drinks with a distinctly complex flavor for a pils, rich with the aforementioned earthy hoppiness, bolstered by a smooth, hearty malt backbone. This is one damn good pilsner! (#4353, 11/6/2011) lb4lb (2629) - Austin, Texas, USA - JUN 3, 2014
Pours hazy rich orange with lasting white head. Smell is light pale malt, faint fruit and honey. Taste is a nice fruity, lightly yeasty and malt balance. Slightly fruity bitter finish. Full body and crisp carbonation. Very drinkable. Comes off fruitier than a pilsner, but regardless of style, it’s very good. Pretty happy with most of the sixpoint beers I’ve tried. superspak (5880) - Waterford, Michigan, USA - JUL 25, 2011
16 ounce can, best by Sept 29,2011. Pours slightly hazy golden amber color with a fairly dense 2 finger white head with great retention that reduces to a thin lacing cap that lasts. Some decent lacing clings to the glass as well. Aromas of honey, bread, lemon, grass, citrus, and a bit of spiciness. Very nice and inviting aromas. Taste of big breadiness, with lemon, grass, and citrus. Finishes with a grassy and spicy hop bitterness that is decently strong and lingers for a bit with lemon and citrus sweetness. Medium carbonation and light-medium body. Nice crisp and refreshing finish, as expected. Extremely drinkable and delicious stuff with no alcohol in the taste or finish. Overall, I really enjoyed this one. Outstanding stuff, and a perfect summer beverage I would drink on a hot day.
malvrich (341) - Durham, North Carolina, USA - SEP 18, 2015
12 oz can into a plisner.
Best by 8/22/2016 so I figure a 12 month cycle so I call best by 2/22/16.
A: Clear medium gold with largish slow bubbles visible. A hard pour left an inch of tight foam despite the big bubbles. Nice lacing without lifting the glass. Sheeted all throughout the glass as drunk.
S: Lemon, lemon cake and saltines. Maybe a whiff of wheat. Light but delicious aroma. A hint of alcohol toward the end of the glass.
T: The expected cracker bite is noticed first with the lemon smack right behind. Plus zest now. That’s pretty much it other than a slight wheaty yeast note. It works. Very good although I expect the malts will round out as it warms as I notice them as a bit thin. Especially at 5.4% ABV.
M: Very slick, fine textured foam is still around and coats. "Elegant" stuff like I see Prima described.
O: I don’t want to gush but this may be my new favorite pilsner. A tad stronger than my preference but very few contenders for my praise in the style. The lemon may get to be a bit much after awhile and it does have a thinness to the malts but this is a great pils. heemer77 (5360) - Urbandale, Iowa, USA - SEP 25, 2015
Can. Slightly hazy bright gold. a dense off white head. The doughy nose has some grass and hints of citrus. Flavors of citrus tinged bread and hay are present. The finish is pleasing with a black pepper bite. Nicely done with a little bit of a sweet character. Solid. polo_marco (332) - milton, Vermont, USA - MAY 13, 2016
Smells of malts a bit of citrus scent with a bit of woody scent in between there. Slightly hazy yellow color with small white head that doesn’t last long. That is one awesome tasting pilsener starts off with sweet malt with a bit of cedar in there nice bitterness throughout the whole flavor profile. Light body with really likable carbonation. If your use to drinking crappy pilsener like any thing that is super mass produced then this could be the beer to convert you To craft beer the taste of this is so complex it might be to much for some beer drinkers. Way to change the game for pilsener. JoeMcPhee (9517) - Toronto, ON, Ontario, CANADA - FEB 15, 2011
Pale golden straw pour. Nose is great. Loads of bright Saaz and a bit of zestiness. Soft pilsner malt. Quite bready with some light toastiness. Zesty and very well-balanced with a nice light lemony hoppiness. Bright, fresh with a nice hoppy finish. Count me a fan of this one - their best lager to date. ladnewton (2014) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JUL 28, 2011
On tap at Mugs Alehouse, Brooklyn NY on 27th July 2011. Clear gold with virtually no head and no lacing. Berry fruit aroma. Richly fruity and spicy in-mouth, notes of fruitcake, cheese, alcohol. Fruity finish with a developing bitter note in the aftertaste. Thick, full-mouth engaging texture, rich mouthfeel. Excellent.