Review: District Brewing German Pilsner Lager


Notes about Regina's District Brewing about their classic Pilsner:

"Our German style Pilsner pours a brilliant gold with moderate carbonation. Noble hops balance perfectly with prairie 2-row malt for a uniquely refreshing approach to this style. Late addition hopping with Czech Saaz lend this beer its classically delicate aroma. 25 IBU, 5.0% ABV"

Appearance: District's Pilsner pours a golden blonde with a light amount of cloudiness to it, a good deal of carbonation in the body and a hefty amount of snow white head on top that gradually goes down to leave behind a good amount of layered lacing on the glass.

Aroma: Notes of grain, caramel, sweet corn, bit of straw. Much sweeter than your typical Pils so far but light still.

Taste: Sweeter than I'd like for a Pilsner, sweet caramel notes and a lot of straw to it. There's a tad bit of grassy hop profile to it but nothing really exciting.

Overall Thoughts: Meh.

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