Drinking this at home.
Poured from a twelve ounce can into a pint glass.
Looks golden yellow with a nice white foamy head that dropped quickly to a rocky thin cap.
Smells floral, herbal, lightly bready and spicy.
Taste follows the nose nicely with some spicy bitterness on the back of my palate.
Mouth feel is medium light for the style.
Overall a very nice Pilsener that I would definitely order again.
Hazy straw yellow with micro-thin lacing and low to no carbonation. Light lemon and citrus aroma on the nose. Light grain, citrus and delicate grassiness. Medium body that's semi-dry on the back of the tongue. Recommended.
Poured from a 12 OZ bottle into a pint glass. The appearance is a clear pale gold with a small white head. The aroma is corn and grass, reminds me of a German version of Busch beer. The taste is a mellow malt and grass flavor.
I had out of a 12 ounce bottle.
A. Completely clear light yellow color with some bubbles and a limited head and no lacing.
s. Very mild malty scent.
t. Has a bit of a tart taste at first followed by malt and wheat taste. Crisp but there is a rye undertone.
M. Very light and carbonated.
D. Again, it's a light beer, so very easy to drink. Kinda like bitburger.
Drank this beer today after a sunny afternoon. Poured in my Dutch beerglass the Einbecker shows it good side. A very nice head with a golden to lightyellow colour of the fluid. The beer gives away a nice carbonation during the whole time.
A bit better than normal smell, light sweetness in the mouth. The beer is smooth and not dry like my last reviewed German pilsener.
On the better German pilseners with a good drinkability.
Single bottle purchased from Gary's in Madison...
Appearance: Light, straw-colored, slightly hazy hue...
Smell: About as real as it gets, sawdust, lemons, true-to-the-style pilsener aroma, peppery, acidic...
Taste: Taste was good but not great... the aroma certainly suggested more...