DrnkMcDermott (3104) - Downers Grove, Illinois, USA - APR 7, 2008
UPDATED: DEC 12, 2010 12 oz. undated bottle, from January trade with Douglas88. And poured into a Sam Adams glass. I’m celebrating the 75th anniversary of the return of 3.2% beer with a 3.2 beer (by weight, the way Utah still regulates it). Despite the brown bottle, a slight bit of oxidation. But pours nice, with a slight gold pils color and a thin stream of bubbles supporting a thin lager head. Taste suggests it’s mostly-, maybe all-, grain, with slightly toasty Pils malts. Don’t know what they consider "highly hopped," but this ain’t quite it. But there is a nice peppery note of Bavarian hops, even a touch of Brit. A nice example of a style that needs little alteration to stay suited for a 3.2 state. And let’s appreciate their tip o’the bowler to the 3 Stooges with the pictures of panthers on either side of the word "Pilsner" on the label. daddyslick (36) - Arizona, USA - MAR 20, 2008
It is nice to have a pilsner not served in a green bottle to avoid the skunky flavor, sadly this beer, at least out of the bottle, does leave quite a bit to be desired. It’s not a bad beer, it’s just extremely usual. It’s pretty pale in color, not a lot of hoppy aroma, very light body, no after taste. It goes down very easily. Fantomasus (291) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - FEB 20, 2008
Pours a yellow gold wit a big white head of tightly packed bubbles that quickly dissipate. Little if any aroma but nothing bad. Tastes of a quirky malt hops balance. Refreshing and unassuming. Good for pounding down on a hot summer day. Buy this instead of commercial Amercan brews. jrob21 (3721) - Atlanta, Georgia, USA - FEB 17, 2008
Thanks to douglas88 for forwarding this one. Decent white head and a very carbonated pale yellow pour. Big bittering hops makes this a little more entertaining Pilsner. Easy to drink and with a little more body than you would expect for the style. Floral nose and slightly pungent finishing flavor. A good go of it but just not a very exciting style to me. WhiteAlePower (92) - Long Island, New York, USA - FEB 11, 2008
Draught on brewpub. Pale yellow with a small head. A very refreshing Pilsner.
swoopjones (7020) - Buffalo, New York, USA - FEB 11, 2008
Bottle. Park City Ski Resort. Decent pils. Slight hop bitterness. Pale yellow color. Easy drinking but boring as most pils are to me douglas88 (9408) - Portland, Oregon, USA - JAN 27, 2008
Bottle. Pours a light gold with a decent frothy head. The aroma is mostly bready and some malts. The taste is your basic pilsner; some malts, a bready/grainy quality, some sweet honey perhaps. Nothing special, but drinkable. Plus Provo Girl is hot. crizay (1050) - Brook Park, Ohio, USA - NOV 11, 2007
Thanks to Degarth knowing this would be my 1st Utah beer, and I see why. Clear golden pour, with small white head. Aroma is is actual good bready and floral hops. Flavor is corn, bready but also buttery malty sweetness. Just an absurd amount of pale malts which lend nothing more than sugars for fermenting. This is a freakin miller lite wannabe. Drain pour. nearbeer (5452) - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - NOV 10, 2007
Draft, brewpub at SLC airport. Clear golden with a small, lasting head. Aroma is faint cereal and grass. Flavors of dry cereal, a touch of honey, and some drying bitter-herb hops on the finish. Palate is light-medium bodied, tingly and has a dry crisp finish. Excellent example of the style and a pleasant surprise. 5000 (6862) - Hardened Liver, Washington, USA - NOV 9, 2007
Bottle: Pale golden, fairly clear, a little sparkly, small to moderate white head, falls quickly leaving spotty lacing.   Very soft grassy and pale malt nose, very soft.   Remains soft on the tongue while still remaining somewhat flavorful.   Certainly grassy, pales malts, slight hay or straw.   A bit on the unsweetened side, even a bit dry.   Has a bit of a raw grassy unfinished finish, if that makes sense.   Smooth up until the end, and could use a bit more sweetness.   Otherwise its okay.   Body and mouthfeel were moderate.