Brewed by Warsteiner Brauerei
Style: Pilsener
Warstein, Germany


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RATINGS: 198   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.69/5   EST. CALORIES: 144   ABV: 4.8%
Warsteiner Herb (Double Hopped) - Twice hopped premium Hallertau hops, this carefully crafted pilsener delivers a lively taste with a distinctive bitterness. 11.6°

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Grzesiek79 (4483) - Radom, POLAND - DEC 12, 2015
Can Called "Double Hopped". No wiec gdzie tu ta podwojna dawka chmielu? Pilem juz sporo wiecej pilsnerow ktore chmielem przewyzszalo to piwo kilkakrotnie np. Moritz Feige Pilsner. Piana ladna owszem ale tak jak szybko powstaje tak i szybko opada. Kolor zlocisty i klarownie. Smak metaliczny sztuczny i umiarkowanie nachmielony. Sprawia wrazenie jakby moze i dosypano wiecej chmielu ale w postaci moze ekstraktu lub granulatu. Totalna porazka koncerniak ktory chce aspirowac do klasy "Craft-ow" ale z czym sie pytam. Zdecydowanie NIE polecam.

MBlessing (1630) - Württemberg, GERMANY - NOV 12, 2015
Helles gelb kräftiger Schaum, typischer Pilsener Geruch, wässriger Geschmack überhaupt nichts schönes dran auszumachen

ischas (867) - - NOV 10, 2015
0,5 l Flasche. Aroma: Grasig herb, leicht malzig süß. Erscheinung: goldgelbes Bier mit vielen Kohlensäurebläschen, grobporiger, weißer, recht stabiler Schaum. Geschmack: leicht süßlich, recht bitter, leicht metallisch. Nachgeschmack: Anhaltende Bitterkeit auf der Zunge, leicht wässrig. Gesamt: Hätte mir mehr erhofft vom "doppelt gehopften" Warsteiner.

77ships (11481) - Antwerpen, BELGIUM - OCT 26, 2015
Thx! for sharing Joes. 330 ml. bottle sampled @ ZZT XIII. BBF 22.09.2015. Sampled as Warsteiner Double Hopped (because they apparently used both hops & hop extract – brilliant!). Clear golden, little white head. Nose is skunky, awful mineral, watery, horrible mineral watery profile. Taste is also heavily off-putting, horribly oily, nasty, skunky, bad mineral water, thin,… Very thin (in an awful way), mineral oily body. Really unpleasant.

peponi (2103) - Strzelce Wielkie, POLAND - OCT 13, 2015
Aroma: malty and herbs. Appearance: clear straw color and nice white head. Taste: medium herbal bitterness, some malty notes, iron, spruce, quite dry. Palate: low body and medium carbonation, bitter finish with sulfur. Overall: That’s ok, surprisingly. Herbal bitterness with spruce, that’s even surprising.

SVD (2268) - NETHERLANDS - OCT 11, 2015
Botte at home, golden beer, medium head, aroma is pilsener/gras? taste is typical german pilsener, bitter with some sweetness, meh average

nybol (2441) - DENMARK - OCT 11, 2015
Typisk konsumøl, ikke det store sus, der anes en smule græs i smagen eller anonym

thanatosti (1844) - Culemborg, NETHERLANDS - OCT 9, 2015
33 cl. bottle @ home as Warsteiner Double Hopped, bought @ Mitra Tiel. Clear golden with a white head. Grainy grassy aroma with European hops. Taste is fairly bitter, suited for a classic pilsener. Reminds me a bit of Jever. Nice pilsener.

cards04 (2943) - Steinbach, Manitoba, CANADA - OCT 2, 2015
A pretty decent beer. Light colour with a nice herbal hoppy aroma.. And some of that skunk trust is found in European lagers and pilsners. Similar flavours. Not bad for a fairly low ABV.

ljthiessen (1507) - Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA - SEP 28, 2015
Not sure how I’m the first to add this beer, buying it in Winnipeg (Canada). Maybe brewed for the North American market? Anyway... Can, pours a clear pale yellow with a thick white head. Aroma is pretty classic pilsener, mild, grainy, some corn. Flavour is surprisingly decent - extra hops are apparent and pretty tasty. Really tastes like an amped-up version of a classic pilsener, and flavourful for the ABV.

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