Adler-Bräu Stettfelder Pils

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Adler-Bräu Stettfelder Pils

Brewery: Adler-Bräu (Brauerei Schwarzer Adler)
Town:
Stettfeld
Style: Pils

Color:
straw-colored
Head:
fluffy, white
Nose:
slight grain
Body: medium

Palate: initial grain element, sourish element

Finish: clean, dry, bitter

Served: on tap at the brewery

Impression: I’d had this beer in a bottle and must admit I was disappointed but mostly because their Lagerbier is so good. I was at the out of the way brewpub and figured I may as well try it, you never know if and when you’ll return. It came out looking very much like a true Pils but it was much maltier than is typical for the style. If taken as a Helles, it’s quite a good one with a nice malt grain element and a refreshing sourishness before the clean, bitter finish. I’d not hesitate to get it again, if I’d hiked in and it was a warm afternoon but otherwise, I’d always have the Lagerbier.

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