Perennial Artisan Ales
A Note on This Beer
Unless you can get your hands on a dry-hopped crusher like today’s Pils, you might never taste the unique beauty of German Hops.
Only in the hands of skilled brewers do delicate Hallertau Mittlefruh Hops reveal refined whispers of fruit, earth, and florals. And only in a clean, well-crafted Pilsner can newer varieties, like Huell Melon and Mandarina Bavaria, display their full arrays of melon and citrus flavors.
To craft Pils, Perennial Artisan Ales used all three hops along with a 100% German malt base. They also kept it unfiltered for a fuller, more lush body to accompany the fruit notes.
The results are impeccable! Big floral and lemongrass scents swirl out of the can almost the moment you crack it open. Bursting tangerine notes dance across the palate in every mouthful, mingled with flavors of honeydew. It's refreshing and entirely drinkable, with some sturdy bread notes and a touch of earthy pepper on the finish.
Pils is so layered in flavorful nuances, it’s best to savor it from a glass once it’s had a moment to open up. Your weekend refreshment just got classier. Cheers!
Vinepair and Paste Mag both call Perennial Artisan Ales one of the Best Breweries in America!
Packaged On October 27th, 2020
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Tastes more like a Czech Pilsner than an Italian (dry-hopped) one to me – bitter, yes, but in that green, grassy way classic Czech lagers are. This tastes a little bit like spring.
Typical Pilsner. Not the best I’ve had.
Clean, crisp and refreshing
Too much dry hop.
Malty and creamy, hint of sulfur begins perfectly, replaced quickly by lightly bittering hops. Finishes clean and crisp.
Nice light crushable pils with malty and slight hoppy flavor. Would be great after yard work and mowing the lawn on a hot summer day.
Tastes like Miller lite or something of the like
Nothing beats cold and fresh pils on a beautiful day
I’m buying more. Great summer beer
Classic styles like this that are done well stand out more than any hop bomb.
A noble pils