Wichert Edel Pils
Brewery: contract-brewed by Püls-Bräu Weismain for Wichert
Color: pale yellow
Head: white, rocky
Nose: faint hops
Palate: balanced, hoppy
Finish: semi-dry, semi-bitter, lingering
Served: on tap at the former brewery
Impression: The first one came out in a Krug and I quite liked it. I would have said it was a Kellerbier if I hadn’t known otherwise. It was dry and not overly bitter, with a fairly low carbonation due to the shape of the vessel. I asked for the second one in a mug and it was a more modern, tall one. The pour was probably rushed due to how busy it was and hence on the fizzy side. I still enjoyed it and if you like more carbonation, it would be perfect for you. It’s certainly a beer you could session on and perhaps one day I’ll get to put that theory to test in their nice little adjacent Biergarten. Sadly, I later found out it has been contract-brewed since 2018.
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