Roth Pils

golden beer with huge head in glass with bottle
Roth Pils

Brewery: Roth
Town: Schweinfurt

Style: Pils 4.9
Color: golden

white, rocky, chiffon-like
Nose: light grain
, hoppy
Body: medium

Palate: balanced, lightly grainy, hoppy
Finish: clean, dry, semi-bitter

Served: from a bottle bought at Sagasser in Lower Franconia

Impression: Great looking Pils with a golden hue and rocky ample head. Mix of grain and hops in the pleasantly enticing nose. The balanced palate is pretty much the same: grainy, hoppy and quite dry. The clean finish is quite dry and just bitter enough to make it moreish. It’s much better than their Helles and a true Pils.

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2 thoughts on “Roth Pils

  1. And your description, Rich – enough to make one thirsty just reading it – is one reason there may be nothing better than a true German Pilsner.

    1. Thanks, Don. This is a new area for me. We’re heading to Saxony for Easter and making a stop in this area tonight Looking forward to checking some of the beers out on tap! Have a great Easter.

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