Color: deep golden to light amber
Head: white, rocky, thinning at the Keller
Nose: malty, slight grain
Body: medium but full for a Pils
Palate: grainy, malty, underlying hops
Finish: semi-dry, bitter
Served: on tap at the brewery and later at the Schwanenbräu Keller
Impression: I had this after the Bock and had to do a double take as it looked quite a bit like it, rather deep golden for the style. It was also fuller-bodied and maltier than most Pils but the hops came through and finished it off on the drier side and fairly bitter.
I recently had this in 2020 after about 8 years and it seemed about the same though I noticed a slight diacetyl element which wasn’t particularly unpleasant and didn’t interfere with the overall flavor.