Czech-Style Pilsner Lager (Moat Mountain Brewing Company)

Style: Czech Pilsner 4.9 % ABV Brewery’s Note: “A European-style pilsner. Dry hopping produces a bouquet of aromas from the addition of traditional noble hops. This beer has a bigger malt profile than the average American Pilsner. It has medium hop bitterness and a clean floral finish.” The beer pours a pale, regal yellow, as is proper for a pilsner. It forms a head of … Continue reading Czech-Style Pilsner Lager (Moat Mountain Brewing Company)

Fresh Cut (Peak Organic Brewing Company)

Style: American Pilsner 4.6% ABV From: Portland, ME Brewer’s Note: “Fresh Cut is a dry-hopped pilsner. Chinook, Citra and Centennial hops provide aromas of citrus, grass and spice. Though the front palate is loud with IPA qualities, the finish is distinctly pilsner- crisp, dry and extremely refreshing. Enjoy!” The beers label is crisp and eye catching. I like the burst of color for the font. … Continue reading Fresh Cut (Peak Organic Brewing Company)

Pivo Pils (Firestone Walker Brewing Company)

Style: Hoppy Pilsner 5.3% ABV 40 IBU’s 4 SRM Hops: Magnum, Spalter, Saphir Brewer’s Note: “Everything we love about classic German Pilsner with a hoppy Bohemian twist.  Pils is a bright straw colored lager beer with playful carbonation topped with beautiful white foam lace.  Delicate lightly toasted malt flavors underscore noble German hop character.  Hallertau-grown Magnum hops deliver the lupulin foundation while generous amounts of Spalter … Continue reading Pivo Pils (Firestone Walker Brewing Company)

Jinx Proof (Three Floyds Brewing Company)

Style: Continental-Style American Pilsner 5.1% ABV 35 IBU’s From: Munster, IN Brewer’s Note: “This refreshing continental-style pils has a light body combined with a pronounced noble hop aroma and a crisp dry finish./ This is the perfect beer for easy flavorful drinking. Brewed in collaboration with our friends at Jinx Proof tattoo in Washington D.C.” The beer’s label is funky and great too look at.  … Continue reading Jinx Proof (Three Floyds Brewing Company)

Noble Pils (Boston Beer Company)

Style: Bohemian Pilsner 4.9% ABV 34 IBU’s 169 Calories 5 SRM Malt: Two-Row Pale Malt, Czech Pilsner Hops: Hallertau Mittelfrueh, Tettnang Tettnanger, Spalt Spalter, Saaz, Hersbrucker Yeast: Lager Brewer’s Note: “Samuel Adams® Noble Pils is brewed with all 5 Noble hops for a distinct hop character and fresh taste. Deep golden in color with a citrusy hop aroma, Samuel Adams Noble Pils is a traditional … Continue reading Noble Pils (Boston Beer Company)

Spicy Bohemian (Throwback Brewery)

Style: Bohemian Pilsner with Jalapeno Peppers Added 4.8% ABV 40 IBU’s OG: 1.049 Brewer’s Note: “Spicy Bohemian is a crisp and refreshing Bohemian Pilsner dry-hopped with roasted New Hampshire jalapenos.  The result is a well-balanced beer with an inviting pepper aroma.  This beer pairs extremely well with any type of Mexican food, sushi, and many types of hard cheese. Note: the beer’s spiciness can vary … Continue reading Spicy Bohemian (Throwback Brewery)

Sticke Pilsner – Imperial Pilsner Beer Camp #43 (Sierra Nevada Brewing Company)

Style: American Pilsner 5.6% ABV I would first like to say that I will follow up this post with my own research and thoughts on what qualifies a beer as Imperial, as I do not see this beer as falling into that category.   The beer pours the color of dehydrated piss and apple juice, yellow with faint hits of rose and brown.  The body … Continue reading Sticke Pilsner – Imperial Pilsner Beer Camp #43 (Sierra Nevada Brewing Company)

Notch Session Pils (Notch Brewing Company)

Style: Czech Pilsner 4.00% ABV Bottled On: 07/03/2012 (Rated #1 Pilsner/Light Lager in New England by Boston Magazine) This bottle looks like a newspaper page.  It is a lovely testament to text-based graphic design, and I really do like the font choices and how well they mesh together to give the bottle a designed and sophisticated feel.  The “Notch” font in particular is just incredible. I love … Continue reading Notch Session Pils (Notch Brewing Company)

Stiegl Pils (I think)

I’m not entirely confident this is the pils since it doesn’t say so on the bottle… The bottle is the same as what the picture is though, so who knows… Appearance: Pours a cloudy yellow like dehydrated piss after a good night of drinking or fresh pressed apple juice, with a nice eggshell white head that dissipates quickly and leaves at best a light lacing.  … Continue reading Stiegl Pils (I think)