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*Wildeye Czech Pilsner*

Pilsner

North Vancouver, BC (Canada)

Alc.: 4.8%

Volume: 473mL

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Smell

A warm and sweet malt aroma mixes with bright, dry grape juice, and a subtle aroma of leafy hops hides in the background.

Taste

Right off the bat you’ll taste the warm malt but it’s quickly overpowered by the bitter, leafy hop profile. The malt remains in the back, providing some stability, but the hops do run a bit rampant. They’re loud and earthy, opening up a touch on the palate to provide a bit more character. But all in all this is a hop dominant Pilsner with edge. The body is fairly smooth and the flavour slowly drifts away, but it’s bitter all the way to the end.

Pairing

Look up Alabama Firecrackers and get into them with this beer.

Sight

Pours a pale gold colour with a clear body and medium carbonation. A frothy head of foam pours from the can with sticky lacing.

Color (Standard Reference Method)
SRM 5
Style
Czech Pilsner
Bitterness (International Bitterness Units)
IBU 36
Recommended Stemware
Pint

Description

Beginning their brewing journey in 2018, Wildeye Brewing has brought a handful of newer styles to the Vancouver craft world and earned themselves a solid reputation in the process. Wildeye embraces the West Coast life, aiming to make brews that are perfect for days on the beach, clam cookouts, and watching a low sunset ease over the horizon. Less than a dozen beers grace their taps, but each one is carefully crafted. Their “Easy Lager” series showcases light, refreshing beers with three different versions that each enjoy a touch of unique citrus. Fruit is a big component of their beers, heightening the flavours and reinforcing the quality of their quality malt base. The Czech Pilsner is a lean, crisp, refreshing lager on the lower alcohol side that’s perfect for crushing pints on a hot patio. It follows the classic stylings of the Czech hallmark with just enough new world flair. Serves well at 8°C and can cellar for three months.

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