Pours a misty yellow / orange colour with a full white crown.
The nose was a blend of grassy notes, yeast and mild maltiness: the taste followed those lines too. This isn't a crisp, clean tasting Pilsner, it's got some flavour and attitude compared to most mass produced German Pilsners I've come across.
Body depth was good, it wasn't watery or weak feeling.
The wife didn't like hers very much, so I had some of that one as well.
Beer with blond-orange colour, not so clean and brilliant (indeed somewhat veiled); white foam, fine, but rather low (just one finger).
The smell is typical of Pils, with a good fresh hop with notes almost balmy. In the mouth is well balanced with a malt into the background that provides a good structure and a hop fresh and inviting that fills your mouth thoroughly. Not too dry, even if in the aftertaste you can found the fresh an the hoppy notes present in the flavour.
Pils definitely a well made, pleasant and fresh so you can drink bucketful.