Allgäuer Büble Bier - Allgäuer Brauhaus AG
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3.89/5 rDev +8.1%
A: Clear golden color and an off-white rather compact, medium-tall head. Dissipation takes some time and leaves rich lacings behind.
S: Clean, mild honey-like sweet malt, bready. Reminds me of Swedish crisp-bread. Rich bitter hops. Nettles and hay.
T: Rich and almost creamy smooth malt, sweet and bready. Bitter hops are rather mild for this style, but actually rather well balanced with the malt.
M: Aftertaste is a bit short, but lovely bitter. Body is so smooth, medium-full. Carbonation is rich, but the bubbles are so small and non-aggresive.
O: A Bavarian Pilsener - not as heavy on the bitter hops as the Pilseners from northern Germany, but still nice.
07-24-2013 18:51:50 | More by Evil_Pidde
United Kingdom (England)
3.98/5 rDev +10.6%
Half-litre flip-top bottle taken on 16 Apr 2011 in the excellent 'Aufsturz', Berlin.
This is a good example of a Southern German Pilsner, smoother than those from the north, but full bodied and showing all the favourable attributes of the style: clear, golden colour, snowy white head and a hop content which is notiveable but not obtrusive in any way.
A little stronger than most Pilsners alcohol wise, but it hides it's strenght well. Easy to drink and even with a slighty bitter hop aftertaste it is one of the best Pilsners I've ever had.
05-03-2011 12:52:22 | More by BlackHaddock
3.65/5 rDev +1.4%
Classic taste for a classic style. Big bitter - hoppy, bready beer. Much more taste from the smell to the taste. This is just a bigger in every way german pilsner. Pretty drinkable, but can't imagine putting to many of these down in a row, totally filling. Cool artwork as well.
08-16-2010 01:27:28 | More by chickencoop
3.58/5 rDev -0.6%
On-tap at Beachwood,
A: Pours golden with a soft white head, lots of good lace.
S: Very bready, heavy pils type malt, sourdough.
T: Crisp full bready pils taste with a good hop balance. Nice grassy hop flavour. I like it, but it's not striking.
M: Crisp, clean, easy drinking.
D: Solid stuff. Definitely a likeable beer and a crowd pleaser. Glad to try it again.
07-21-2010 02:54:10 | More by Halcyondays
4.08/5 rDev +13.3%
First and foremost, this is my favorite label art for a beer. The beer itself wasnt half bad either.
A: Hazy yellow, poured similar to a wheat. Nice fluffy white head that did lace parts of glass. Retention ok.
S: Earthy, pine, some buttery bread, and some citrus sweetness.
T: Citrus and earth tones present, and like the smell it goes down with some sweetness.
M: Cleanses the palate nicely. Crisp and flows nicely.
D: Extremely refreshing. Good example of a Pilsner style.
03-26-2010 19:31:32 | More by cagocubs
4.35/5 rDev +20.8%
Bought during a German road trip. Bottled. Pours dark gold with a one inch head that fades quickly. Initial taste is good bitter hop flavor, not sweet. Leaves a bit of small lacing. The clean mouthfeel is typical of most German beers from the region. Slight grain, hoppy and a bit more stout than I expected. Finish is more of the same... good bitter hops kick and malt that sticks to your taste buds. I need to seek out the source next trip to Germany and see how it is on tap. A very good beer.
06-26-2009 17:09:01 | More by jbro434
3.85/5 rDev +6.9%
A: Deep, hazy yellow, light head, decent lace.
S: Earthy, biscuity, sweet.
T: Mirrors smell closely. Honey, biscuits, slight lemon on the back. Hops overwhelmed by the sweetness, which is fine by me.
M: Clean, refreshing as hell.
D: Only if I can find a bar serving these! What a nice seesionable brew.
03-19-2009 02:04:17 | More by KI9A
3.85/5 rDev +6.9%
500ml Bottle Purchased at Halftime in Poughkeepsie
Appearance: Deep, slightly cloudy yellow witha 1 inch head that left some decent lacing
Smell: Grain. Not very dominanant
Taste. Smooth, grainy, slightly sweet, with a little dryness at the finish.
Mouthfeel: Very smooth
Drinkability: A very good beer, and worth going back for a second.
01-11-2009 21:00:04 | More by potownbill
3.88/5 rDev +7.8%
Poured from from a 500 ml swing-top brought back from Germany. Appears a clear straw gold with a bit of haze. Nutty and bready with an odd fruit and grain note that reminds me of muesli and dominates the aroma. Finished with a dry biscuit malt note and spicy hops. Overall, this is a well-balanced German pils and something a little different, but still within the style. Yum.
12-02-2008 04:15:32 | More by tempest
Allgäuer Büble Bier from Allgäuer Brauhaus AG
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