Klisch Pilsner Beer - Lakefront Brewery, Inc.
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2.74/5 rDev -20.3%
A: Pale corn coloring, pristine clarity, with a light but rapid rise rise of carbonation. The head was soapy, scarce, quick to dissipate with no calling card on the glass.
S: Nose was very sweet, buttery grains, not much after that.
T: Flavor was sweet buttery grains, soft flowery hops, light spiciness and a touch of honey sweetness. Light orange citrusy-orange hints, some hay and lemon-flowery.
M: Medium bodied, somewhat crisp, but not tongue grabbing.
O: Overall easy flavor but leans way to much on the sweet and buttery side limiting drinkability. Not true to typical style. I would pass on this one per style.
02-14-2014 01:34:36 | More by beerthulhu
3.93/5 rDev +14.2%
Longtime favorite, first-time review -- surprising.
I've been enjoying the beers from this small brewery for a very long time. Got my hands on some fresh Klisch and been enjoying it.
A -- Clear, deep gold with a persistent, creamy off-white head.
S -- Mellow spicy hops balanced by yeasty, bready malt.
T -- Lightly sweet, bready malts up front with a good kick of spicy, lightly bitter noble hops in the finish and through the aftertaste. There's also a nice blend of light citrus and bready malts in the aftertaste that's very appetizing.
M -- Mouthfeel is soft and sort of creamy with a light-medium to medium body.
O -- This beer reminds me of a hopped-up Helles. It's not quite as light, dry and crisp as the typical German Pils, but it's also spicier and more bitter -- even a touch citric -- than a Munich Helles. The "crossover" makes for a delicious beer.
Looking at the ratings for this beer, I'd say that freshness is definitely the key to enjoying this Pilsner.
02-03-2014 22:38:10 | More by steveh
2.71/5 rDev -21.2%
DATE TASTED: November 30, 2013... GLASSWARE: standard pilsner...OCCASION: Game PSU's finale a memorable one--well done, boys!... APPEARANCE: slight amber golden body that sports methodical bubbles; white two-finger head settles to a thin splash; zero lacing as the glass drains--not encouraging... AROMA: baker's dough wafts pleasantly; some floral, fruity esters round out an otherwise nondescript presence... PALATE: smooth, bubbly and softly bodied for a lager--sessionable for sure, yet effeminate...TASTE: apple, pear and thin malts make for a lager with some flavor; rather underwhelming, considering its fellow beers in the mixpack...OVERALL: high expectations unmet, but perhaps not all brews from Lakefront will be flagship offerings...not a fitting celebratory glass for such a stunning upset as Penn State served Wisconsin...
12-15-2013 05:06:02 | More by dacrza1
Klisch Pilsner Beer from Lakefront Brewery, Inc.
79 out of 100 based on 258 ratings.