Brewery: Zur Sonne
Nose: malty, some grain
Body: medium, full for a Pils
Palate: malty, hoppy, some grain
Finish: clean, dry, slightly bitter
Served: from a bottle bought locally
Impression: This was the second of two bottles I bought locally. The Kellerbier was more impressive and this Pils would make a fine Helles. It’s fuller-bodied and maltier than the style warrants but there was fair hopping, which made for a fairly dry, slightly bitter finish. I’ll have to try it on tap the next time I’m at the brewpub.
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