Disguised as a dry lager in America since pilsner designation is deemed light and watery, golden-hued hop-infested medium body is similar to Dutch competitor Heineken with its musty aromatic pungency and prolonged bitter-grained finish. Yet Grolsch has saltier bitterness, sharper Bavarian grain perkiness, and oft-times malt liquor-like strength.

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