Beer: Prima Pils
Brewery: Victory Brewing Company
Style: German-style Pilsner
Serving Style: Bottle
Glassware: Pilsner glass
Drinking Establishment: The Fant Mansion
Secondary Consumer: Ally
Primary Consumer: James, Ally’s bro-in-law
Sight: Slightly cloudy golden yellow. Fluffy white 1-finger head that recedes to a smattering of bubbles.
Smell: James says it smells like a Bud. Unfortunately, yes, it does have that generic beer aroma.
Flavor: It tastes much better than it smells–a clean flavor of hops, with a bitterness that lingers on the back of the tongue.
Feel: Crisp, with moderate carbonation.
Concluding Remark: This Pilsner from Pennsylvania’s Victory Brewing Company is pretty straightforward–clean, crisp, and smooth, with hops dominating the flavor profile. Nothing too flashy or exciting going on here, but the Prima Pils is a decent representation of that classic Pilsner taste.