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*Beva Old Days*

Pilsner

North Vancouver, BC (Canada)

Alc.: 4.9%

Volume: 473mL

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Smell

A very subtle nose, most of what you’ll smell is the light grain malt and very thin impression of floral hops. Let it warm up a touch and you’ll find the hops gain in strength.

Taste

The mild aroma is reflected in the mild flavour of this beer. The malt and grain is a touch stronger than the aroma, making the strongest impression. But if you let it linger on the palate you’ll get a stronger taste of the hops. All in all this is a mild, refreshing beer that’s perfect for crushing on the patio. The finish is smooth and leaves just a hint of the hops behind.

Pairing

Almost anything will go with this beer, but be careful not to pick anything too overpowering, or you’ll miss out on the subtle flavour.

Sight

Pours a very pale yellow colour with a clear body and medium carbonation. A thick head of fluffy bubbles relaxes into a thin ring around the glass.

Color (Standard Reference Method)
SRM 3
Style
German Pilsner
Bitterness (International Bitterness Units)
IBU 25
Recommended Stemware
Pint

Description

Beva Brewing & Blending is a fairly new contender on the craft beer scene in Vancouver. Making their home in North Vancouver’s Norgate neighborhood, they’ve already put out more than a dozen seasonals and maintain a roster of close to 20 regular beers on the taps. Running the gamut, Beva offers up a handful of IPAs, fruit infused Saisons, a stiff-upper-lip Porter, and more. They’ve built many of their offerings to pair up with a simple but tasty menu, meaning their pairings are often suited to real world meals you’d put on your own plate, rather than theoretical pairings. This is a rarer bird on the Club this month and will be tough to get your hands on any other way, so take your time to enjoy a quality brew from the West Coast. The Old Days is a German-style Pilsner based on a Northern German recipe that’s pale, crisp, and refreshing. Serves well at 8°C and can hang in the beer fridge for up to six months.

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