Einbecker Brauherren Premium Pils - Einbecker Brauhaus AG
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Reviews by AKBelgianBeast:
4.13/5 rDev +18%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5
Pours a clear piss yellow with good fizz and a nice stark white head that lingers quite well by style standards and leaves nice white lacing.
Nose is skunked grain with evidence of euro hops.
Taste is pretty damn nice for the style. A good lagery graininess and crispness takes center stage. There is a noticeable hop presence, although I wouldn't call it strong for the style. A crisp finish, and a tiny bit of dirty malt lick.
Mouthfeel is ideal for the style, maybe a tiny touch too viscous. Carbonation is dead on.
Drinkability is, as is common for the style, where this beer shines. Definitely one that would be easy to slam at the company picnic in july.
Overall a good pilsner, aside from being a bit skunked, and a good representation of the style. One i would be happy to slam in the summer heat, and would buy more of if not for the fact that bitburger is half the price, and a bit better IMO. Although, a nice beverage.
Serving type: bottle
08-09-2009 04:20:37 | More by AKBelgianBeast
More User Reviews:
3.71/5 rDev +6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75
(bottle code L125652 F03 - poured into a fluted pils glass)
A: crystal clear yellow-gold liquid, faint jade highlights... open, fizzy head on pour, falls out to thin dusting of bubbled atop... no lace
S: lemon peel, mildly sulfurous lager yeast... wet, leaf-like hops... fresh, doughy dinner rolls... overall, mild intensity of aromas - kinda reminds me of Beck's
T: notable malt presence, enveloped in a coat of delicately bitter hops with a leafy, tree bark note to them... lingering, inner citrus (lemon/lime) peel tang and bitterness, perhaps a touch coin-like metallic... toward the end, the bitterness becomes delightfully more assertive, achieving a pleasant (marginally top heavy) balance with the pale malt and faint skunk, before trailing off a bit in the final few sips
M: light-medium, dumpy roundness... beautifully crisp, dry flow and finish even without a hell of a lot of sizzle from the carbonation
O: surprisingly hoppy and nearly fresh tasting despite the green bottle and questionable handling care... I could sell this as a special, however, I wouldn't go above and beyond to recommend
Serving type: bottle
06-25-2014 05:17:58 | More by Bouleboubier
Einbecker Brauherren Premium Pils from Einbecker Brauhaus AG
80 out of 100 based on 93 ratings.