The Eurotrash Pilz is their Spring seasonal, so the timing of this post is a bit off, but it'll be something to bump on a throwback Thursday when the release rolls around. They describe their beer as a "lightly carbonated, malty pilsner, and is perfect for session drinking." It's obviously a pilsner in style, and they use lager yeast, two types of hops, and two types of malts. Presumably pilsner malt and I don't know about the second... and I'd certainly guess that both hops are of the noble variety.
Let's see how it goes...
Reviewers: Eric Ducote (BR Beer Scene), Brenton Day (The Ale Runner), Chuck Pierce (Me And My Big Mouth), and Buddy Ethridge.
Serving: 12 oz. bottle.
Appearance: Clear, golden, nice head... typical pilsner.
Aroma: Grassy, a little sweet, not a lot of hops, and the sweetness from the malt definitely is the dominant flavor.
Taste: Very similar to the nose, a little grassy and malty sweet. I think this could definitely use some more hops, and we reviewed this one back in April, so it wasn't old at the time.
Mouthfeel: Easy drinking, no bad aftertaste, thin, but it's supposed to be on the thin side.
Overall: It's a well done pilsner, but I think that only gets you so far in these ratings. I'd absolutely drink this over the BMC of the world, without thinking twice. It's to style, easy to drink, low in abv for a sessionable experience, and there's nothing bad about it. If this was in cans I'd be a lot more likely to buy more of these next spring.
Overall Rating: 55.75
My Rating: 53