Bitburger Premium Pils - Bitburger Brauerei
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3.5/5 rDev +1.2%
Pours a lighter golden color witha pretty nice blooming head that stays pretty well,a light grainy aroma with a light iron-like tinge to it.This beer has a sharp hop edge to it ecspecially in the finish there is a malt bready backbone with a iron flavor in there as well but the bitter finish is the main thing I get from this beer.A quaffer for sure something to drink when u want flavor and quanity.
11-27-2003 02:43:12 | More by oberon
3.33/5 rDev -3.8%
Appearance: 500ml can. Pale yellow pour. Medium head.
Smell: Very light and floral. Only a hint of hoppiness.
Taste: Smooth and light. Moderate hop bitterness in the body. Nice hoppy finish.
Mouthfeel: Smooth and crisp. Slightly dry towarsd the end.
Drinkablility: A little light for my liking. But still a decent pils.
06-25-2003 15:42:55 | More by Popsinc
3.05/5 rDev -11.8%
Appearance Light straw yellow in color with a pure, white, full head and plenty of carbonation.
Smell The grainy malt here was laden with refined sugar and lacked the aroma of Noble hops.
Taste Thankfully the taste backed away from the sugary-sweet nose, but the grain was rather average and, again, lacked a good hop compliment.
Mouthfeel This light-bodied Pils has some decent carbonation but otherwise was a bore.
Drinkability This is a mediocre excuse for a German Pils.
10-06-2004 15:04:15 | More by RoyalT
3.15/5 rDev -9%
Bright light gold with wonderful carbonation and a solid dollup of white cream. Aroma and flavor are rather on the sweet side of the German Pilsener style for me. I prefer quite a lot of dryness in my GPs that this beer lacks. Still, body is light and refreshing. Aroma is pleasing pilsner malts and spicy hops. This is in no way a bad beer, just not my style.
08-28-2006 19:56:30 | More by DaPeculierDane
3.73/5 rDev +7.8%
16oz can, hazy golden color with a creamy, white head.
Sweet-tart candyish malt nose with floral hops. Pretty nice overall.
Crisp, balanced flavor with a lemony backdrop. This is a refreshing pils, nothing too crazy going on, good with food, and better than I expected.
03-16-2010 03:49:53 | More by brownbeer
3.13/5 rDev -9.5%
1 pint 8 fluid onz brown bottle
Appearance : pale yellow color with a small white head that goes away easily.
Smell: Hops are there ,very present>
Taste: some sourness, hops present and some kind of malt far away.
Mouthfeel:very easy to drink feels good on mouth.
Notes: A good beer but Nothing to write home about.
11-08-2007 20:04:50 | More by BeerDreadz
4.28/5 rDev +23.7%
A- Normal looking pilsner beer. Bright golden and translucent.
S- Exactly how this type of beer should smell. Slight skunk smell, but I enjoy that in this type of beer. Hops are coming through as well.
T- Perfect light bitter bite. Crisp yet mellow on the taste buds.
M- Smooth, light, refreshing and perfectly carbonated. Gives your tongue a nice zing.
O- Goes down like a bud light, tastes better than a stella. A great beer to have at the beach or after mowing the lawn.
04-19-2011 06:28:59 | More by drinkofczars
3.78/5 rDev +9.2%
Tried this beer at queen mary pub. this is definetly a flavorful german beer. the robust flavor and smooth taste i think were well blended. the smell and appearence are consistant with what you would expect from a beer of this genre. all in all a pretty good beer.
09-23-2006 14:57:55 | More by twi1609372
3.9/5 rDev +12.7%
Dated 05.2005, and coded LM3249
Poured this large bottle into my very tall Widmer bros pilsner glass to a perfect fit. Clear and golden with tons of carbination rising up to a ton of very thick, white head. The nice layering settled as a thick, frosty white cover. Surprised to find scents of sasafrass and cola... Bitey carbination, but not too much at all, from all that I can see, I thought there would be tons of it. Tastes like floral hops and nicely malty, with a tiny bit of honey sweetness towards the end of each sip. Just a bit of bitterness left on the back edges of your tongue. Nicely drinkable, goes down very easy.
Very nicely gifted to me by my workbud, Dennis, who gave up this single bottle carried over from Germany from his friend. This is his favorite, but he knows I am a beergeek, so this was lovingly carried in to me in an icepacked cooler for my enjoyment. Good friends!
01-22-2005 18:42:48 | More by shapudding
3.98/5 rDev +15%
Presentation: It was poured from a brown 11.2 into a Pilsener Glass. The back label has a "Best Before" date that reads 062911.
Appearance: A super clear and bright yellow gold beer fills my glass and is capped by a bright white head of loose foam. This head settles quickly and sets up a thin wispy layer of slick lacing.
Smell: Grassy, hay like and lightly floral hops blend with light biscuity pale maltiness. It is simple but nice.
Taste: Just a slight malty sweetness seeks into a mostly dry pale biscuity malt character balanced by modest hay like and floral hops. The finish is fairly crisp feeling with mellow hop bitterness.
Notes: It's a solid clean and very drinkable lager.
03-01-2011 18:04:37 | More by generallee
3.4/5 rDev -1.7%
This beer is better from the can. It pours dark straw, with a good head. Carbonation abounds. Taste is smooth, with a strong, sweet maltiness that pervades. Hops are present and perfectly accent the finish. This is an excellent example of a premium German pilsner/lager. I found a local store that sells this in tall cans and it is excellent. In bottles, I found it to be less enjoyable, but still quite good. In cans it is awsome. I'll leave it at that.
01-03-2003 16:37:40 | More by Rifrafboy
3.98/5 rDev +15%
1 pint .9 oz can is a good value in a wrapped pack at the Liquor Barn in Lexington, Ky. Pours into a tall pils glass a clear, pale yellow body with a large, fluffy, white head. The head retains most of the way through, leaving pits and clumps of snow hued lace. Very nice appearance.
Aroma fits the style quite well, leaving scents of sweet pils malt, spicy floral hop, old biscuit, and Lemon furniture wax(Pledge).
Mouthfeel is modest, as per style, with light to light medium body and bubbly carbonation.
Taste features some sweet grainy malt, baked wafers, lemonrind hop bitterness, and sticky breadiness, complimented with floral notes and a kiss of white pepper. Even finish is delightful.
An underrated German classic here. Extremely drinkable, and ideal for a session. Attractively priced.
10-28-2005 22:33:53 | More by merlin48
2.1/5 rDev -39.3%
The beer poured a pale yellow with a small white head that faded quickly, but maintained good carbonation in the glass.
The smell was an extremely strong skunky smell. I thought it would go away as the beer warmed but even after it came to room temperature, it still smelled of skunk. Somewhere in there I smelled hay or grass.
Not much flavor at the start, a bitter finish and even a little skunk at the end.
I was really disappointed with how skunky this was, it may have been one of the worst ones I have tried.
07-25-2008 21:48:44 | More by nem2006
3.23/5 rDev -6.6%
poured from bottle into pilsner glass. pours golden with a thick head that dissolves in about 30 seconds, great clarity. smells grainy with sweeter hops. subtle hint of the hops, a very light, not too complex pilsner taste. lighter body in mouth, moderate carbonation. had this with pizza, complimented it very nicely. very smooth and affordable, drinkability is decent- have gone through two before i reviewed one.
05-13-2009 17:32:47 | More by bl400315
3.55/5 rDev +2.6%
Poured into a pilsner glass. Medium golden coloured brew, with about 2 inches of foamy head. Decent retention, some lacing. Took quite some time before all evidence of a head disappeared.
Light malts, floral hops, apple and pear to the nose.
A good, easy-drinking pilsner. Bready up front, with the hops taking a floral character before leaving with a crisp bitterness. Nothing too exciting, but it's certainly quite drinkable.
Light, spritzy carbonation. A little bit under-carbonated, actually, but the body is a bit heavier than most run-of-the-mill pilsners.
Cheap, well-made, goes down well. Not the greatest pilsner out there, but it's still a good patio drinking beer; it's mouthfeel is conducive for sessions.
03-20-2010 04:49:17 | More by JohnnyBarman
4.1/5 rDev +18.5%
Picked up a case of this for a vacation at the Outer Banks. Sampled this at the hotel halfway down from a pint glass. Would have used a pilsner glass if I hade one.
Drank from a 12oz brown bottle with crimped cap.
Clear golden color with a 2" creamy white head and fair retention a slight steady carbination.
Nice clean modererated noble German nose spicy,woody,grassy with a bisquity edge.
Clean taste lightly toasted grain and a touch of carmell nicley balanced with a good crisp snappy bitterness with a woody/earthy edge.
Light bodied with a zesty hop mouthfeel.
This is my go to German session beer could drink this beer all day long. Great summer beer.
08-11-2007 11:08:48 | More by jcdiflorio
3.73/5 rDev +7.8%
Poured like translucent, liquid gold out of the 12 oz bottle. Nice, foamy 2-finger head sitting atop a really light, but nice looking brew. Smell had a slight sweet tinge to it. The taste was good; light in both flavor and color, malty sweetness, reminiscent of pale euro macros, yet better. Just a touch of hop bitterness came through towards the swallow. Overall, nice beer. Not a huge fan of pilseners, but this one tasted like it was made well. Refreshing and clean finish.
04-16-2008 14:16:54 | More by Bamabrew22
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