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Brewed By: Boston Beer Company (Samuel Adams)

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Number of Ratings: 6480

Style: Czech Pilsener / Světlý

Brewed In: 30 Germania St, Boston, MA 02130, USA

ABV: 4.9%

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Noble Pils

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Tasting Notes

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fleabeard profile picturefleabeard - December 29, 2011
Very bitter, almost sour tasting.
mellowman profile picturemellowman - December 27, 2011
My rating 3.8. Drink this in a tall glass. Very tasty pilsner.
evolutionary profile pictureevolutionary - December 26, 2011
Very crisp and fresh tasting. Medium hoppiness but still a pretty light beer for this style.
ArnettNC profile pictureArnettNC - November 28, 2011
Beautiful fragrant hops. Taste of Spring saplings. Light to medium. Malted enough to deliver smooth refreshing finish
bizzle profile picturebizzle - October 17, 2011
Love the citrusy bite of the hops
jpitch32 profile picturejpitch32 - October 4, 2011
Not a badpils
Houndsbreath7 profile pictureHoundsbreath7 - September 20, 2011
Very nice representation of the noble hop character. I wish I could find a good clone recipe to brew this one!
txterror618 profile picturetxterror618 - August 9, 2011
Aroma: Light and citrusy. Like standing between a lemon and orange groove. Appearance: Light honey gold with a large, quick fading, white head. Taste: Very sweet for a pils. You can taste a slight honey/straw flavor from the pilsner malt. The sweetness is balanced by the earthy, ashy flavors brought in by the noble hops. The overall effect is line tasting the breeze from a lemon grove. Woody and earthy with a distinct citrus bittersweet. Overall: One of the beat seasonals the Boston Beer Co. makes. Sweet and a little syrupy, it works well in the colder days of late winter. But it's light fruity flavor really gets one thinking forward. Perhaps one of the best balanced golden beers on the market.
dmuller1990 profile picturedmuller1990 - July 31, 2011
A really interesting pilsner. This is the first American pilsner I have ever tried (I usually drink Bohemian and German pilsners) but I was pleasantly surprised by this beer. The aroma, the initial taste, and the aftertaste are all very "green". It was like I was drinking a hop plant, but in a good way. I almost wouldn't characterize it as a pilsner, but the dryness and the hop presence makes it work. Overall good, but not a beer I would give to someone who wants to try a pilsner for the first time.
jefftb profile picturejefftb - July 4, 2011
Shame the seasonal they brew the most months is the worst one.
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