A Note on This Beer
Today’s thirst-obliterating Czech Pilsner is much more than just a great beer!
It's also your chance to be a part of something bigger. To join a movement to spread awareness and support diversity in the craft beer scene you love.
2020 is the very first year Fresh Fest has gone digital! For the uninitiated, this is our country’s first Black-owned beer festival and the #2 Best Beer Festival in the Nation, according to USA Today.
The annual event showcases some of the country’s most talented Black brewers, including Florida’s Green Bench!
Like many of the breweries featured in the fest, Green Bench strives to be a modern-day catalyst for community and cheer. They make beer for people to congregate around, share in both good times and bad, discuss business or tell a joke, reminisce about life or dream about the future, to get up and dance to the music or to just sit back, relax, and enjoy.
They joined forces with the refreshment-focused Four Points to craft today’s clean, crisp Between You and I Czech Pilsner that pairs as well with savory food as it does with any of the activities Green Bench promotes.
You’re an in-the-know craft fan who has a keen sense for tracking down tasty brews. But, here’s a rare chance at a delicious beer that also invites you to be part of the positive change taking place in your beloved scene!
Tavour strictly supports independent beer. Green Bench Brewing Company is certified independent by the Brewers Association
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A bitter combination of light flavors that really tickle the pallet
A Pilsner it is ...
Smooth tasting Pilsner.
An easy drinking porch pounder for any occasion.
Smooth, refreshing, clean pilsner.
Crisp, clean, light.
Great clean Pilsner
Reminds me of Heineken
Solid pilsner overall. I rarely give them anything over 3.5.
Great with sushi.
Triple decocted!!! Wow! Great Pilsner!!
Decent. Refreshing with a smooth aftertaste. Mildly bitter mouthfeel that ends a little peppery on the tongue.
A smooth tasting Pilsner but a little more bitter than I was expecting from a pilsner
Very tasty and smooth! I've never had a Czech pilsner before so I can't compare. It's very "green" but not very earthy.
One of the best pilsners out there. Perfect smooth taste.
might as well drink a natty light.
Subtle smooth and crisp
Crisp; Refreshing; Crushable
Not the Pilsner for me, but would be willing to try other things from them. Pretty crisp snd drinksble
Crisp and easy to drink
Great pils! Lemony notes come through.
Subjectively a great, tasty pilsner with strong melanoidin character. Very smashable lager while still having more than enough character for craft lovers. Objectively, it is not bitter enough and lacks a bit of hop character to really fit in the czech pils style. Maybe not even bitter enough for a german pils... But it has the czech saaz character, so kind of a mix between a helles and czech pils? Don't get me wrong, it's an amazing beer that I would buy over and over again if local. Only critiques are from style guidelines.
A fine Pilsner, takes me back to Prague streets in the wintertime
Haven't had a pilsner in a long time. Lost art and good flavor.
This has to be the most refreshing beer that I have ever tasted from Tavour.
Really loved this one. Very nice pilsner that keeps to the style.
Nice malt and hop balance. A little undercarbonated pehaps. But the flavor stands out well with less fizz. I'm not a pilsner drinker normally, but this is a good beer!
Standard Pilsner nothing special
A bit sweeter and maltier than the characteristically lean traditional Czech style. More of a German(-American) pils.
Earthy and grassy aromas. Nice Pilsen malt flavors with solid bitterness. Nice pils.