Waldhaus Diplom Pils - Privatbrauerei Waldhaus
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United Kingdom (England)
3.1/5 rDev -15.5%
0.33 Litre bottle, well in date when opened in the South of France on 13th Sep 2013: I'd brought it over the Alps with me and few other beers to sip while in the sun.
Pale straw colour with a head that dissipated as I poured the beer into a hotel owned tumbler. A white collar just sat there as I supped the beer.
Dry, grainy and hoppy: a standard and well make German Pilsner with the typical clean and crisp taste you'd expect. Nothing cleaver or different, just a good refreshing beer and ideal in warm weather. Gets my usual score of three for a non-smelling lager/pilsner and loses points for the no show of the head.
10-07-2013 20:08:59 | More by BlackHaddock
3.8/5 rDev +3.5%
Bright yellow golden color with a fluffy one finger head with medium retention and leaving traces.
Aroma of grassy and floral hops and bread malt.
Predominant flavor of grassy hops with elegant malt sweetness. Random hints of minerals. Starts raw and then smooths up. Dry and bitter aftertaste, impelling you to another sip.
Medium body with good carbonation of tiny bubbles and a spicy feeling.
Perfect executed Pilsner; this is what you should expect from the style. Still with character: hoppy and malty, but with low sweetness levels.
10-06-2013 15:37:24 | More by FLima
3.95/5 rDev +7.6%
A clear golden beer with lots of carbonation. The head leaves rings on the glass.
Smell of resinous, raw hops, German and like hopextract has been used. Malt comes in second and is light and fresh.
Taste is bitter with a great hoppiness, resinous and a bit raw. The yeast profile is pretty clean and leaves little taste, except for a light sulfur taste. The malt is grainy and husky.
08-14-2007 15:55:21 | More by Absumaster
3.55/5 rDev -3.3%
Very pale golden coor; short head, fading slowly. The smell is very grainy, dry and grassy. The taste shows a light round maltiness and a powerful hoppiness, dry and thick, quite enjoyable. Maybe it gets too grainy after a while. The mouthfeel was satisfying with the hoppiness being thicker than bitter, which I appreciated for a pilsner. A bit creamy too.
07-08-2004 07:30:32 | More by tjd25
Waldhaus Diplom Pils from Privatbrauerei Waldhaus
- out of 100 based on 8 ratings.