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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by AugustusRex, Feb 20, 2016.
The 12-packs are factory sealed in completely enclosed boxes... no skunk
I voted for Prima Pils, but Schell's Pils is pretty awesome - and it's brewed 25 miles from my house.
Rothaus Pils. So good.
Other - Pizza Port Pick Six Pilsner for me.
Don't think I've ever seen it in stores around here, though this isn't the first time I've seen it recommended on the forums here. Urquell and the occasional local/local-ish one are the only Czech-style pilsners I've seen around so far if I'm remembering right. If I ever stumble across some (especially if it's fresh) I'll have to give it a try.
Six Point - The Crisp
Trumer Pils, had it when I was out in California a few weeks ago. Really enjoyed it
Faust Pils (Germany)
It's even better unfiltered - but you'll never find it that way
Not one of my favorite styles, but this is a go-to!
Other: Chuckanut Pilsner.
no worries, it was just a typo... it's got a warm black peppery flavor to me that I love...
I need to try this... I love everything else by Sixpoint...
I hate this thread for making me crave a pilsner while at work on a Monday morning.
Pivo, if I have to have one.
I picked up a six pack of some fresh (well, fresh for an import) Pilsner Urquell, bottled on December 11th, 2015.
It's drinking incredible right now, I more or less pick some up every time a new batch comes in.
I don't think it's a coincidence that after "Other" and Prima Pils, Pilsner Urquell is the third choice on this poll.
Troegs Sunshine Pils is out TODAY, Monday April 4. I know what I will be drinking after work!
It'll probably be another week to get here , but good news.
Krombacher,Radeberger,Flensburg and Lederer
Not a huge Pils fan, but always willing to try the new stuff that is released, Cheers !
Hands down, it's Boulevard KC Pils for me.
Gordon Biersch Czech pilsner
Tonight I had a Czechvar canned Jan 20, and then a Pilsner Urquell canned Feb 2. The Czechvar has a more complex fermentation character and round flavour. My preference changes all the time, but Czechvar is every bit as good. Its too bad I can't get fresh Jever as a comparison. The 15 month best before on Jever is very misleading.
I've had a few at Market Commons in Myrtle Beach, I thought it was outstanding. It's always on our stop in for lunch list.
Has anybody tried the new Pilsner from Terrapin: Sound Czech Pils?
Picked up a 6pk of Prima Pils today. I've not had it in awhile so I'm excited to crack one tonight.
Yes, it was the MB location where I tried it also, it was awesome! ☺
I'm one of 3 people who voted for Tipo. I've been to "that place". It's an Italian bastardization of a true pils, but it's incredible. Lizardville in CLE tapped a keg of it once under direct order from the brewer "you have to tap it fresh or I won't send you one". Good story. Great beer. It's amazing fresh!
Ol' Factory Pils - Two Roads. Granted hard for me to say any Pils is my "favorite" they all taste like miller light to me
I just gotta ask: beers like Prima Pils, Firestone Walker Pivo Pils, Troegs Sunshine Pils,... taste like Miller Lite to you?
Prima Pils for sure. The Pilsner that made me say "Hey, maybe this style CAN be good!?"
troegs i havent had a single beer they made that taste good. Perpetual was "ok", Never had Prima, and Firewalker. Dont think either distro to CT. Im not driving to NY for a PILs
Top 3: Prima Pils, Pivo Pils and Shower Beer from Champion..
Victory distributes to CT.
Victory Prima Pils is a far cry from Miller Light. Sierra Nevada also distributes to CT, so their Nooner and Summerfest shouldn't be hard to find.
If you simply do not like the pilsner style, that's fine, everyone is entitled to their tastes and opinions, but you should at least try a few other well-regarded examples to know that they aren't all like Miller Light.
Well, I'd imagine they might all taste like Miller Lite to me if I drank mostly IPAs and DIPAs and had been afflicted with LTS.
Czechvar and Urquell are my two favorites, by a longshot. There's one or two domestic craft ones that are ok, but none are better than the two named imports.
When "other" wins a poll, hmmmm.
Sorta like a political poll, don't you think!?!
So your comparing contrasting styles? I can take or leave Troegs hoppy stuff personally, but Sunshine Pils is a seriously great Beer. As are most of the other mentioned Pils, and they're nothing like aal stuff at all. You should maybe try them before condemning them to AAL status. If you prefer them to IPAs to Ipas I understand completely, but that's a different topic.
As of today my favorite Pilsner is six points the crisp and langinitas PILS.