Licher Pils - Licher Privatbrauerei
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3.6/5 rDev 0%
11.2 oz bottle poured into a Pilsner glass L 1 09 printed on label.
A - Licher poured a clear straw yellow color with a medium loose, white, fluffy head. Maintained itself well for a bit before reducing to a thin layer while coating the glass in lacing.
S - Noble hops spring from the aroma right away with a good backbone of sweet smelling, possibly crystal malts.
T - Sweet mallow malts dominate the flavor til the end when the hops come through and provide a balanced finish with very slight bitterness add a dry touch.
M - Crisp and clean. Light bodied and mellow overall. Soft too.
D - Easily drinkable as most Pilsners are. Good for a session beer. Not really much to say. Its a little better than average.
07-04-2009 14:37:25 | More by BeerFMAndy
2.68/5 rDev -25.6%
Greenish to yellow, very pale color. White, average foam.
In the smell malt, grassy hop. No defects, but quite banal.
Same notes for the taste, average, a bit of bitterness.
Quite banal, but, after all, drinkable and thirst-quenching.
Slightly grassy aftertaste.
10-15-2011 14:24:06 | More by stcules
4.05/5 rDev +12.5%
Another good pils here in Frankfurt. Looks exactly how a good pils should look. Poured with an impressive white, foamy, frothy, thick head that lasts a while and good lacing. Aroma is fresh beer, malt, grain, hop. Taste is similar, however in this one the malt sweetness comes out a tad more. Body is a little soft and carbonation is good. Finish is like flavor, but starts out sweet, goes bitter, and then slowly back to a fading bitter. Session beer.
08-31-2010 12:20:28 | More by drpimento
3.58/5 rDev -0.6%
Part of this months selection from a beer of the month club...
A - Straw yellow with fluffy and stiff white head. Good retention and lacing.
S - Light balance of malts and hops. Slightly grassy. Faint apple scent. Some slight sulfury smell that acompanies many otherwise clean Pils.
T - Very mellow, but quality malts. Fresh and clean. Little bit of apple and faint hops. What american macros should try to taste like.
M - Uber light, Crisp and clean. Semi dry, ample carbonation.
D - Easy drinking, crisp and clean. As stated above, if a macro could produce something that tasted like this rather than adjucnt and impurity infused, they would be on to something.
08-26-2009 13:47:15 | More by rfgetz
4.08/5 rDev +13.3%
This is a nice, crisp, tasty German pilsner that I had on tap at the Frankfurt airport.
It's golden with a nice, fairly big white head, slowly shrinking to leave a small, permanent top and nice rings of lace.
The aroma is a good German pilsner, bready with herbs.
The taste is similar, a definite German pilsner character with bread and plenty of herbs, a light but dominant, clean, persistent bitterness throughout, giving a clean, satisfying drink if not one that's really great.
03-02-2009 19:45:58 | More by Offa
3.85/5 rDev +6.9%
A - Poured a clear golden color with a white head that leaves lacing behind
S - Is of sweet malt with mild hops
T - Is pretty good malt sweetness upfront backed by some hops
M - This beer has a medium body with medium carbonation to it
D - Pilsners aren't a style that I go out of my way to try but after this one showed up at my door it was a pretty good example of the style worth a try sometime
10-27-2009 19:50:42 | More by armock
3.68/5 rDev +2.2%
Got a case of this for only 13.99, perhaps the cheapest German Import out there. Imported by Bitburger. 11.2 oz bottle, best by: December 28 09.
A nice brown bottle pilsener, the way it should be. Pours into my Veltins glass with a very deep yellow/gold. Beautiful bubblage, and a nice mountainous white head. Leaves a lot of lacing.
Scent is textbook pils, the nice hop aroma is finely balanced with the bread-crusty malts.
It is a lot heavier on the mouthfeel than most pils and has an abundance of malts in the flavor. The hops are very earthy with a slight kiss of bitterness at the end. Not bad and a steal for the price point.
This is a solid pils and at the price you can't really go wrong with a German beer, the ultimate party pilsener, make your self look good with a case or two of rare German pils at your next party.
10-18-2009 01:44:53 | More by crossovert
3.9/5 rDev +8.3%
Licher? I don't even know her! Hardee-har-har.
A - Vibrant gold brew with a nice big fluffy cap of crackling white foam. Lots of champagne bubbles stream towards the long lasting cap, and as the head does eventually recede it leaves behind big swaths of sticky and crusty lace.
S - Fresh salt sea air, salted wheat crackers, and a whiff of white pepper. Maybe a hint of spicy hops in there somewhere.
T - Fresh saltine crackers with a tang of lemon spritz on the finish. Lively lemon pepper and salt make this brew really 'pop' as they say on those crappy fashion TV shows my wife watches.
M - Light, crisp, effervescent with carbonation; this one is amazingly refreshing and thirst quenching with a long lasting, but far from distracting finish.
D - This G-pils screams session! I wanna pour two of these in my giant Oktoberfest mug and grill up some brats while enjoying this fine spring weather!
04-07-2010 15:25:33 | More by pmcadamis
3.43/5 rDev -4.7%
Received in August shipment of my BOTM club.
Serving glass: Poured from bottle into Pilsner glass.
Appearance: Very pale yellow with fluffy stark white head and some nice lacing lines.
Smell: Apple, straw and dry spiciness. Too light overall.
Taste: Light sweet apple and straw predominates. Some pleasant spice characteristics but the bitterness seems low for a German Pilsner.
Feel: Moderate carbonation (lower than other Pils), light body, somewhat dry finish (but less so than others).
Drinkability: Nice and refreshing simple Pilsner. Could have used a little more bite or, alternatively, a little more body. But definitely enjoyable and good after a hard week at work.
09-04-2009 22:31:16 | More by bsp77
3.93/5 rDev +9.2%
Poured this 11.2 oz. brown bottle into a pils glass. Coded: LIA 09 12 28??? Picked up a 6-pack of this at the local grocery. I'd never seen/heard of it before but the price was right and it was in brown bottles with packaging cover the bottles. It looked like it was protected from light damage pretty well so for $5.99 I took a chance. I'm glad I did. The body was clear pale yellow with a crisp white, whispy head. The tall brittle head left clump lace down the glass.
Smell was citrus. Fresh grains. hints of detergent. clean.
Taste was herbal. Minty?. Crisp light bittering linger. Drying finish.
Mouthfeel was bright and zesty. Medium to light body. Short finish. Very nice inexpensive pils.
12-05-2008 15:12:48 | More by Cresant
4.45/5 rDev +23.6%
A - Pours a clear pale straw with a 1.5 finger of white foam that retains very well.
S - Clean cracker malt, green grassy grain, hints of lemon pepper, lager yeast.
T - Follows the nose. Clean cracker malt with a kiss of lemon sweetness, fresh cut-grassy hops adds perfect balance. Finishes super clean with grassy hops and lager yeast lingering on the back of the tongue.
M - Light bodied, soft carbonation.
This is one the the most balanced German Pils I've ever had. It's near perfect.
05-02-2011 00:58:47 | More by StaveHooks
3.6/5 rDev 0%
Bottle from Party Town.
A - Poured a clear pale color with a large frothy white head that mostly lasted with good lacing.
S- Moderate grassy hop aroma.
T - Medium bitter flavor with a medium bitter finish of moderate duration.
M - Medium body with a sticky texture and lively carbonation.
D - Refreshing brew that I would recommend as a session beer.
01-18-2009 01:31:51 | More by tmoneyba
3/5 rDev -16.7%
500ml ordinary glass on tap @ Frankfurt airport.
A: Pours a pale yellow color forming a huge bubbled aired white head. Medium retention and very few lacings left
S: Traditional sweet grains smell with notes of citrus and flowery hops
T: As the nose, upfront is sweet and mainly composed of sweet malts. Metallic. Cardboard in the taste is a bit annoying and overwhelming. Hops are citrus and flowery
M: Very light and watery body. Good carbonation. Sweet upfront and mild bitter hoppy aftertaste
O: Medium drinkability. A bit annoying cardboard taste. Not a big German specimens
08-09-2012 00:07:03 | More by eduardolinhalis
3.78/5 rDev +5%
11.2 oz bottle
Pours a clear golden yellow color with a small slightly sticky white head. Pale malt, dry bitter hop spice as well as citrus fruits and a soapy mint note. Very simple in overall character. Light in body, bright in carbonation. Overall refreshing and highly drinkable.
11-06-2008 20:11:35 | More by ATPete
3.75/5 rDev +4.2%
11.2 oz. bottle served at fridge temperature in a Hennepin glass. I couldn't pass up a sixer on sale for under $4.75 at Bottle King... the weather's getting hot and a clean, German pils is what I'm after today.
Appearance- This beer pours a very light maize, with plenty of carbonation and a two finger white crown. There's plenty of lacing to admire here, sticking in horizontal patches inside the glass.
Smell- Grassy and clean, the hops and malt leave no guesswork as to their German character... a balanced, honest pilsener nose that beckons the first sip.
Taste- A very well balanced one-two punch of malt and hops, earthy and grassy with just the right touch of sweetness in the middle. A mild but enjoyable bitterness follows the swallow... hey that rhymes... nice overall.
Mouthfeel/Drinkability- The initial blistering texture quickly eases up and goes moderate on the tongue, allowing the ingredients to be fully realized. Pleasant without any hindrances, it should be a candidate for anyone looking for an inexpensive Summertime beer that can be enjoyed alone or with anything off the barbecue.
05-23-2009 02:52:26 | More by yelterdow
2.6/5 rDev -27.8%
Situation: School's officially out--and this pilsener may be just the celebratory champagne for the evening...
Glassware: Jever stemmed pilsener...
Appearance: clear, light yellow body; pillowy white traces of a frothy head; a bit too light but sports zesty effervescence...
Aroma: light scents of banan and soft lager malts; not nearly as metallic as expected...
Palate: crisp early, fizzy and deceptively heavier than expected (more Eastern European)--not wimpy at all...
Taste: as expected, crisp and thin, with no hop or malt influences to speak of (could pass as a light beer)... the aftertaste doesn't balance either...
Overall: becomes more refreshing as the glass drains--as German pilseners go, this is an interesting representation in that it's a bit more than expected, with a bit of undesirable notes too...
07-17-2009 18:41:56 | More by dacrza1
3/5 rDev -16.7%
Labelled on the tap in Torino Italy as a lager, there were aromas of bread, pilsener, some lemon like citrus and a mild bread and malt sweetness with very faint floral, grass hops, the flavors were of pilsner malt and bread. Had a nice crispness with a touch of citrus, there was some hop bitterness at the finish, and a touch of metallic sulfur bitterness in the background. After the finish, the mouth feel was light, this beer had a nice nose and flavor, easily drinkable.
02-10-2012 22:04:41 | More by stoutman
Licher Pils from Licher Privatbrauerei
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