Elder Pine Brewing & Blending
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Light and crisp with malt sweetness backed by a faint hop bite.Body is thin and a bit on the watery side. There are better pilsners to be had.
Great Combination of botanicals and craftsmanship, the botanicals are very upfront as the brewing methods ease them into each part of your mouth at the right times, almost making a firework show type build up to a lovely hoppy grand finally on your taste buds
Botanical forward. Body is a bit weak and watery. Shallow flavor profile.
V crisp, dusty, delicious, pils. Love Italian pils. Gimmie dat barley (Italian) and dry hop (German). Based. Biscuity, light, bitter and tasty.
yeah I'd drink this agay
Tasty and kinda bitter
A solid pilsner. Clean crisp finish. A solid fridge beer that can be had with just about any meal or after a nice long trail run in the sun. Tasty!
Its a nice beer. Little more bitter than I like, but clean cut otherwise.
good, but has a weird aftertaste
Am I tasting a bit of… anise? How very Italian indeed!
Refreshing. The bitterness at the end is pretty good
Super crisp and clean throughout. Would be great in food pairings or just after a long day of work. Elder pine makes some damn good stuff and this brew is definitely one of the better ones.
Pretty tasty on a hot day after the beach
Clean, crisp refreshing Pilsner with a nice biscuity taste and a little ending bitterness
crisp, bitter at the end
Tasted like literal cigarettes. My husband, who normally really likes pilsners, also hated it. So disappointing.