As I poured myself a glass I noticed a little trail of words that followed the label, and to my pleasant surprise this is what I read.
“Like Adam and Eve, Isaac and Ishmael, Mao and Confuscious, Good and Evil, Day and Night, Hittites and Visigoths, John and Lorena or Groucho and Moe, Ales and Lagers are as different as can be. Still we must love each for who they are, separately but equally, with liberty, and justice, for all. Cheers!”
To be honest I’m not a huge pils fanatic, it is a great style of beer but I’m slightly put off by the grassy taste. However I did enjoy this one, it had a nice mild flavor, which was surprising since it does have a high percentage of alcohol – but no lingering taste of it. The last thing you want is a grassy beer that taste only like alcohol.
The after taste has a trail of malt flavor that carries through that initial pils mild bitter taste. This brew wasn’t as strong as a typical Pils beer but it had a lot of subtle flavorings that I just couldn’t pick up enough to identify. It was a good beer and is very drinkable overall and is worth a try and may be a great introduction into Pils beer if you are unsure if you are a fan of the style or not.
I give this beer 3 out of 5 bananas, if you want a sturdy pils it make come off as a little light. On the other hand if you aren’t a huge pils fan or just want to try a nice smooth pils then this would be a good beer for you.