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Brewed By: Lagunitas Brewing Company (Heineken International)

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Average Rating:
6.54924

Number of Ratings: 2163

Style: Czech Pilsener / Světlý

Brewed In: 1280 North McDowell, Boulevard, Petaluma, CA 94954, USA

ABV: 5.30%

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PILS (Czech Style Pilsner)

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Tasting Notes

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pagnani  profile picturepagnani - April 14, 2012
Smooth really nice pilsner . Good for the ladies
Smoothas profile pictureSmoothas - April 3, 2012
Tastes more like an IPA to me. It's good, but didn't resonate like I expected it to.
nimethr profile picturenimethr - February 25, 2012
Not bad. Kinda tastes like an average pils. Their IPA is much better, in my opinion.
aserafini profile pictureaserafini - January 29, 2012
Too light for me...tastes like my idea of light beer, but not a reflection of the brewery, just not my style of beer
33stew profile picture33stew - November 24, 2011
Love this beer
bogolpimpinmf profile picturebogolpimpinmf - October 28, 2011
Slightly malty nose Nice hop finish
Thebeermaster profile pictureThebeermaster - October 14, 2011
Traditional pils lager, medium hops, slightly bitter but very refreshing.
iskeptici profile pictureiskeptici - October 1, 2011
This is as close as you can get to having a Plzn on the banks of the Danube.
Chef profile pictureChef - September 12, 2011
I actually liked this beer. It caught me by surprise but has a full, crisp, refreshing taste. Will definitely buy again.
cclonch profile picturecclonch - August 31, 2011
Deep, golden color that poured with a think, foamy head. Faint hoppy scent. Starts with a light hop bitterness, develops a little on the finish and builds with each subsequent drink. As my first pilsner, I can tell its American adjunct's bigger, bolder brother.
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