Dry lemony floral perfuming gains honeysuckled coriander spicing and light hibiscus sweetness to contrast resinous Noble hop herbage, leaving a prickled citrus sparkle on the tongue.
Blue collar fare. Corn-dried lemon spritz fades to oblivion as mild aluminum taste beckons.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, floral-daubed citrus profile of an IPA overrides grassy Noble-hopped German pilsner malting. Lemon zest brightens grapefruit-peeled orange rind bittering as well as sweet peach-pineapple-mango undertones.
On tap at Growler & Gill, crisply clean well-watered bohemian pils relegates lemon rot souring with splashy lemon spritz and a dash of clay-hopped grass. Floury sourdough bottom gains mossy compost earthiness and wispy floral nuance. Offbeat original.
On tap at Ambulance, clear pale-hued bohemian-styled moderation utilizes earthen Czech hop herbage to affect modest wet-grained pilsner malting and zesty lemon spritz.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, dryly tropical New Zealand-hopped pilsner retains subtle kiwi tartness above bready pilsner malting and raw millet groats. Dewy botanical kiwi adjunct leaves soft-toned gooseberry, cucumber, honeydew and melon rind illusions on the tongue. Mellow pilz pleaser.
On tap at Beef Trust, musky straw-dried maize and spritzy lemon bruise venture to sizable sourdough spine. Light herbal vegetal snip adds further acridity.
On tap at Growler & Gill, musky raw-honeyed grain malting, herbal Noble-hopped lemon rot and dank floral nuances reinforced by pale-malted sourdough spine. Underneath, bread-crusted millet, wheatgrass and straw grass rusticity stays firm for German-styled pilsner.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, “ultraclean” dry-hopped German-styled pilsner flanks light grain musk and brisk lemon-rotted pungency with Hallertau Blanc-hopped lemongrass herbage and white grape tannins. A slightly bitterer pils.
On tap at Plank Pizza, crisply clean Czech-styled bohemian pilsner retains light maize musk for herbal-hopped lemon spritz, toasted cereal graining and honeyed biscuit base.
On tap at Growler & Gill, worthy dry-hopped Bohemian pilsner greets floral citric-spiced Nugget/Glacier hop liveliness with peppery herbal respite and musky grain astringency. Spritzy orange briskness contrasts lemon-rotted vegetalia.
On tap at Seven Lakes Station, crisply clean hop-forward German pilsner brings herbal grassiness and light earthen musk to subtle melon, strawberry, gooseberry and grapefruit tartness above sweet Vienna malts. Mild lemon-soured acridity at finish reminiscent of moderate-bodied Kolsch.