Head: white, dense, ample
Nose: malty, a bit of grain
Palate: malty, some cereal notes, faint hopping
Finish: clean, slightly bitter
Served: on tap at the brewery
Impression: This is another perfectly decent beer which doesn’t quite fit the bill of a Pils for me. I find a lot of them in Franconia and generally don’t order them unless it’s their main beer or I have a lot of time to try everything the brewery makes. This one came out in a Pils type glass, had a gorgeous head but was much maltier than the style warrants. It wasn’t overly hoppy though the finish was clean enough. It also lacked the fruitiness that the best of Franconian Pils can have, something I was hopping for since their Lagerbier has it. Again, it’s a nice beer but not what I look for in the style.
Next beer or back to the beer list.