Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Fair State Pils

Again, I thank the Sample Man for this one, for reasons given the last time I reviewed a lager. Here we go with notes on Fair State Pils:

Fair State Pils. 4.9% ABV. 40 IBU.

Clear, pale yellow, slim white head.

In the nose: clean, lightly malty, slightly hoppy. Pleasant stuff.

In the mouth: Goes down like a dream, easy-peasy. Smooth, light, refreshing. Were I a different man than I am, I might call it “crushable.” I won’t. Instead, I stand by what I said. Nicely hopped. Damned fine pilsner.

Tasty stuff. Go drink it up.

From the can: “A crisp, clean & hoppy German-style pilsner brewed with a single malt and a single hop.”

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