BMan1113VR (7930) - Los Angeles, California, USA - OCT 23, 2010
On tap at Hoptoberfest San Clemente. Pours with a clear golden body and a large white head. Aroma is spicy, grainy, grassy and noble hops. Flavors are lightly fruity, grassy, bitter, and herbal, like some other Victory Pilsners. Very drinkable. Dry and fruit. Very Pleasant. JohnC (3008) - Mission Viejo, California, USA - OCT 23, 2010
I had this beer at the Pizza Port Hoptoberfest in San Clemente, CA 2010.
I really enjoyed this beer: it’s very drinkable yet has good hoppiness and malt. It’s very well crafted. ben4321 (6840) - Hoboken, New Jersey, USA - MAY 12, 2010
Location: Draft at Hop Devil Grill, 4/10/10
Acetobacter (815) - Pennsylvania, USA - JAN 30, 2010
Aroma: The nose is floral, grassy, earth, and some bread
Appearance: Golden color with a fluffy white head
Flavor: Taste is citrusy and bready mostly
Palate: Light-medium body, nice, thirst quenching
This is a pretty solid beer, but it is just missing that crisp fresh hop feel that I wanted it to have. That is only a small complaint though, overall it is pretty good stuff.
Enjoyed via draft in a pub glass. The beer pours the expected straw-colored yellow/gold of a classic pilsner. The aroma brings an interesting hop character: slight notes of lemons, slight cattyness. In addition to the hop aroma, this is just a very slight note of pilsner to the nose. The palate shows hop flavors that are similar to those found in the nose: slight note of citrus/lemon, slight danky note. Interestingly lacking is the strong sort of malt backbone that is present in a classic continental pils. Instead, the drinker gets a strong note of alcohol in the finish, which is otherwise clean, slightly dry, and moderately bitter. Overall, not a classic example of the style, but admirable in its creativity and craftsmenship. beersearcher (2383) - Glendale, California, USA - JAN 21, 2010
Pours yelow with some bubbly-ness. Strong cereal taste at first followed by a faint fruit taste. After a few sips the bitterness kicks in. The crisp pils gives way to a pleasant but muddier hop taste.
durhambeer (2585) - Durham, North Carolina, USA - JAN 14, 2010
On tap at Tyler’s in Durham. Tastes exactly like what it is: a wet-hopped version of prima pils. Clear golden pour with bubbly little white head. Oiler, spicier, skunker hop profile than Prima. Still grassy and floral, but with more citrus and resin, and a breadier malt perhaps. Nice. Miver (615) - Silver Spring, Pennsylvania, USA - JAN 8, 2010
Draft at Victory. Poured translucent pale yellow in color with a thin white head that left great lacing on the glass. Aroma is a little grassy, wet grain, fruity hops notes. Tastes of caramel sweetness,lemon, light fruity hops, with a nice dry finish. Surprised the hops were as mellow as they were. iowaherkeye (2804) - Ocean Beach, San Diego, California, USA - JAN 7, 2010
On tap at The Daily Pint. Clear effervescent light golden with a two finger white head, good retention. Light aroma of grass, hay, and biscuits--not sweet, and kinda weak. Some old malts showed up after it warmed. Flavor follows suit with more bitterness than most pilseners I’ve had. Dry, bitterness at a 5. That old stale malt character is kinda gross, actually. Light to medium body with moderate carbonation. Not a very good pile. ajm (1072) - Los Angeles, California, USA - JAN 3, 2010
Tap at Daily Pint. Nose is faintly of Hallertau hops and minerals. Flavor is full, wheaty and less faint hops. Very thin yeast character. It’s good, but it’s no Simpler Times. Rciesla (5607) - Exit 15W, New Jersey, USA - DEC 31, 2009
Draft. Pours a goldne body with a white head. Hoppy with citrus, and pear notes. A bit of hay, grain, and some sweet malt notes. A lighter grain y finish. Thin and soft.