Transient Artisan Ales
A Note on This Beer
Watching the news can sometimes leave a bad taste in your mouth, especially lately.
But, here’s some good news for you — we just landed a mouth-watering stack of Transient Artisan Ales’ German Pilsner: Slow Up!
Why is that such good news, you ask?
Because Transient has been called out by the likes of the Chicago Tribune and Thrillist for crafting some of the “best-loved” brews in Michigan.
And, fans agree with ‘em.
When Untappd user @Rich S. got a thirst-quenching taste of Slow Up, all he could say was, “these guys are really one of the best breweries in Michigan. They seem to be getting better and better!”
Others, like @Jim K., raise a glass to that — he calls Slow Up “the best traditional beer I’ve had in many years.” And, for @Michael O., this brew’s balance of sweet corn maltiness and bitter hop spice is the reason “Transient’s lagers are catching my attention!”
So, if the 24 hour news cycle is getting you down, maybe it’s time for you to Slow Up, turn off the TV, and let this Pils’ soothing flavors of marmalade-coated biscuits capture your full attention.
*Transient was featured on Hop Culture as a Breakout Brewer; received a Brewery Showcase on PorchDrinking.com
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Very oaty taste
Smooth, easy drinking pilsner.
Good carbonation, lacked depth of flavor and clean finish associated with German pils
Transient did a good job here. I love beers like this
Would buy again
A little apple juice there. excellent
A basic Pilsner. Didn’t blow me away but well done nonetheless.
Very smooth and easy to drink. Very similar to Becks but I liked it better.
Hard miss for me. Way, way too sweet for a Pilsner.
Didn't care for this. There was an distinct aftertaste that was not enjoyable.
Solid Pilsner- Good flavor, easy drinking
I wouldn’t call myself a Pilsner fan but was looking for something lighter than an IPA and popped this open. Transient does it again! They’re quickly becoming a favorite around here. The Pilsner is pretty light, but there’s certainly more flavor than your basic grocery beer. Would buy for an easy sipper when we don’t want a full bodied heavy beer.
There’s a weird aftertaste in every can I have – a little metallic, slightly sour, like pickles. This consistently tastes... off. Did I get a bad batch?
This is what a Pilsner should taste like. I had my first beer in Heidelberg Germany and this took me right back there.
A delightfully refreshing and full Pilsner. Very well rounded and crisp.
Nice crisp pilsner. Solid flavor, but a little basic. Could probably find something just as good at a local liquor store.
No off flavors but came off a little heavy and sweet for a pils.