Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Vejle Bryghus - Pilsner

This blog started off with three beers brewed at Vejle Bryghus so it is time to revisit with one of their own labelled brews. I quite like their porter so let's see what their pilsner is like.....

A light floral aroma along with hops, malt and grass on the pour.

Pilsner pours unfiltered cloudy orange gold with an off-white head. Sweet malt, bread, grass and floral hops on the intake while the finish is dry with a light bitterness. Not much in the aftertaste apart from some more hops and caramel malt. Softly carbonated, this has a light mouthfeel without being too watery.

Not a whole lot going on with this Czech style pilsner. Well, a total taste bomb if you were to compare it to the Tooheys New which I recently posted and sits in the memory for all the wrong reasons. A decent enough pilsner with no surprises. I would have no problem drinking this again.  It is not one I would rush out to buy again though I would probably pick one up if choice was limited. Summing up, an average pilsner that offers a bit more than standard multi-nationals.

This scored 3.5/10 on the 'be as well buying a pilsner urquell' Beerometer.

Alc : 4.6%
Where to buy CPH : Fakta

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