Victory Brewing "Prima Pils" Pilsner, Pennsylvania 12oz

SKU #1049628 94 points Wine Enthusiast

 One of Americaís most cherished and sought-after pilsners, this is a terrific example of an American pils thatís sure to please any lover of the style. The hops are big and floral on the nose, with more biscuity malt in the mouth playing alongside the notes of fresh citrus. Full and creamy with moderate carbonation and low alcohol, a soft bitterness follows through the long finish and closes on a sweet hop oil note. An excellent companion to food, though certainly enjoyable all on its own as well.  (8/ 2010)

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From Pennsylvania's Victory Brewing Company, the "Prima Pils" uses German pilsner malt and German and Czech whole flower hops to give it a bracing herbal bite that acts as a fantastic counterpoint to the smooth, malty flavor. It is an elegant, European-style pilsner.

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 By: JamesK |  Review Date: 9/27/2010 
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Grabbed this out of the cooler somewhat randomly. What a great find. Hoppy yet smooth, it was the perfect thing to wash down some spicy shrimp tacos. And a nice price, too!

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Alcohol Content (%): 5.3