Barmen Pilsner - SandLot Brewery @ Coors Field
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3.85/5 rDev -7%
The rare and glorious seven minute pour....
Barmen Pilsner originated at the SandLot brewery at Coors Field and can be found at only a few select locations around Golden and Denver. We never pass this up if we come acorss it, however it does take a full seven minutes to pour, so we usually order something for the wait!
This Pilsner pours a golden straw color, capped by a beautifully white inch of foam that provides some lace. Soft bready and biscuity aromas fade into a light yeastiness and finish with a bit of floral Noble hop hints. True to the style, Barmen begins with toasty bread and biscuity flavors before being rounded out by the spicy and floral hop flavors that only the Noble varieties can provide. Full bodied for a Pilsner, the brew finishes clean and crisp with just the perfect level of carbonation. Well worth the wait!
06-18-2012 00:57:13 | More by phishsihq
4.28/5 rDev +3.4%
Served in a pint
On-draft at Falling Rock Taphouse
A: Bright golden hue of yellow. Single (frothy white) fingernail head.
S: Biscuit and bready malt. Mild (peppery) spice with soft floral notes and toffee sweetness.
T: So creamy and smooth it is wonderfully refreshing! Well toasted malt, caramel sweetness, soft spice, and a nice all-around. Just a very well put together brew!
M: Light bodied with medium carbonation.
O: I was first introduced to this at a homebrew session (via growler), but had been seeking it out for quite some time after that. I'm not a huge Pils fan, but this beer is so well done. A true stand-out for the style and something you should seek out if you are visiting Coors Field (non-game day) or in the off chance that FRTH has it.
02-10-2012 17:28:41 | More by spdyfire83
4.33/5 rDev +4.6%
On tap at Falling Rock where they did the long pour into a pilsner glass.
A - After the wait for the pour the beer arrives in a yellow gold color with a nice 1" head. Good retention and lacing throughout.
S - A nice blend of biscuit/bread/mild hop character/and a hint of yeast.
T/M - The beer starts smooth and crisp. The biscuit flavors of the malt come through and melt nicely with a mild hop character. Smooth and so creamy throughout. Rich. Finishes smooth with a lingering biscuit creaminess. Light bodied with perfect carbonation.
D - Very easy to drink.
Note: This review was a re-post from my former account, jmkratt, which was hacked and I lost all my reviews...sorry for the redundancy.
Serving type: on-tap
Reviewed on: 03-15-2011 16:52:28
01-27-2012 13:59:08 | More by hopfacebrew
3.95/5 rDev -4.6%
This is a solid offering from...whomever they are :)
Pours a darker gold than expected, like light orange. Nice foamy head. Looks good.
Aroma is soft malt and spice. Floral and zest come through the light breadiness.
I dunno, seems like it was made with hard(er) water. Somewhat metallic, not as soft as the CPs I've had in Prague. Does this mean it's awful? Nope, not at all. It's quite refreshing. Light, crisp, good layer of malt and the hops do add spice and florals throughout.
Again, seems metalic a bit. Earthy.
06-19-2011 20:27:28 | More by Mebuzzard
4.22/5 rDev +1.9%
Had this on tap at the Table Mountain Inn in Golden. They do the "long pour" (roughly a 7-10 minute pour) and serve it in a nice branded pils glass. Nice touch. They had just gone through a keg, so mine was a very fresh pour from a new keg.
Arrives a deep golden honey color with the appropriate 1" of head marked on the glass.
The flavor is of rich baked bread, hints of mild noble hops, and a clover honey-like lager yeast. The noble hop note hits you on the front and back, but is never harsh or overly bitter. There's even just a bit of the natural creaminess natural for most Czech style pilsners.
Mouthfeel is thick and rich, but it actually adds to the character of the beer and makes you savor it. The creaminess is almost like a nitro tap, which reminds me of getting a fresh draft lager in Germany.
While Coors has retailers adhering to the long pour (not a bad thing) and it's certainly not ever going to be the most common option - this brew screams "drink me" in a ton of different ways.
This is an absolutely wonderful example that Coors can brew something stellar. Not sure if this is brewed by AC Golden, the Sandlot/Blue Moon, or even just "normal" Coors, but it's really good nonetheless.
Arguably one of the best pilsners or lagers in general that I've had in the US. If you're in Golden or if you see this at one of the few Denver spots that have it - I can't recommend it enough.
02-22-2011 14:32:30 | More by Domingo
3.93/5 rDev -5.1%
On tap at Falling Rock.
Dark gold body with a thin white head.
Noble hops are floral, spicy, and dominant.
Toasted malt with ahint of caramel before a finish that's rich in grassy, spicy hops.
Crisp, but medium bodied.
Overall, a pretty nice if unremarkable pils.
01-13-2011 22:11:56 | More by BradLikesBrew
3.73/5 rDev -9.9%
On tap at Falling Rock served in a Barmen pils logoed glass. Golden color with a short white head as expected. Smells earthy which is what I always seem to get from pilseners, minerals. Tastes like a muddy pilsener which as odd as it sounds was quite refreshing and easy to knock back.
update 9/24/10 on tap at "Rock Rest" in Golden
I was told this takes seven minutes to pour and I had to wait ten minutes to get the motherfucker. The only thing I really have to add to my previous review is that the mouthfeel was fantastic like cask or nitro or something.
01-17-2009 22:28:58 | More by ArrogantB
4.28/5 rDev +3.4%
If you take the Coors tour in Golden, they tell you it takes 7 mins to pour this lager... I had to try it.
Deep golden with fluffy mound of creamy foam. Almost ice cream float like, very appetizing.
Very clean spicy saaz aroma with biscuity/bready Pils malts underneath. Some carbonic and metallic whiffs.
Great clean crisp Pils when drank alone. Hops start right up front dominating the palate to the end, leaving a clean, crisp finish with only slight bitterness. Really nice and elegant quencher. With food, this one becomes a little thin with the metallic notes and alcohol impression standing out.
Very nice mouthfeel! Decent amount of carbonation, but extremely smooth, almost rich and creamy like only the best examples of lagers achieve.
Drinkability is through the roof if you're a Pils lover.
01-12-2009 17:58:40 | More by BeerZack
4.78/5 rDev +15.5%
If you are in the Denver area, you need to find this beer on-tap. I believe it is only served at a few select bars around Denver. The beer takes 7 minutes to pour, due to it's ridiculous head.
A: Golden color with a very creamy head. You can scoop the head off of this beer with a knife like butter.
S: Sweet malt aroma
T: Combination of sweet malts and subtle biscuit flavors
M: Great combination of mild carbonation and mild creamy feel
D: This beer is extremely drinkable. You could drink it any time of the day.
10-30-2008 03:47:34 | More by TheTallOne
4.05/5 rDev -2.2%
Appearance: Deep, clear bronze color. Nice fluffy head that persists; perhaps due to 7-minute pour ritual. Clear lacing (so drinkable there weren't many!)
Smell: Some sweet malty aroma. Floral hop aromaa that wasn't real strong.
Taste: Sweet malt; a big beer for a Pils.
Mouthfeel: This is what I really liked about this beer - great balance. Carbonation was just right
Drinkability: Very smooth, well balanced, didn't get filled-up by carbonation or worn out by alcohol or content. Nice finish lets you makes decision to keep or stop drinking easy.
Highly recommend it if you can find it on tap downtown Denver or in Golden.
07-03-2008 17:50:08 | More by Haybeerman
4.88/5 rDev +17.9%
OK naysayers, here is an exceptional beer brewed by a major !
Barman Pils is only made for the local market and is only available to a select few taverns.
I had a tour with a VP (a childhood friend) and he took us out for a few.
They are required to do a multiple step pour (the proverbial 7 min )
and it is outstanding.
fresh, full bodied, refreshing with a medium finish that is a great balance of malt and very subtle hop.
I'm telling you, if you are nearby - seek it out. I was skeptical to the point of insulting my buddy - I ate CROW.
07-17-2006 05:02:34 | More by k75
4.18/5 rDev +1%
Had this on tap at falling rock tap house, went down too quickly on a warm, semi-sticky sunday afternoon
Pours bronze with 1.5" white fluffy head, great lacing & good head retention
S: Light floral hoppyness& a hint of malt
Taste; Malt sweetness followed by piney & floral hops
MF: Medium with great balance, plus good carbonation
Drank too easy, nice summertime pils. Best beer I've had from sandlot, but als the 1st one that wasn't in a plastic cup. Reccomended!
07-04-2006 02:54:41 | More by russpowell
Barmen Pilsner from SandLot Brewery @ Coors Field
89 out of 100 based on 19 ratings.