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A real lucky charm!
For a long time, Pils had a bad reputation: one-dimensional, boring and extremely bitter. When craft breweries shot up like mushrooms and enriched the beer scene with imaginative, creative and explosive tastes, many people labeled the Pils as a relic of the past. But before the venerable beer style could be completely forgotten, resourceful brewers gave the traditional beer style a new coat of paint: Interesting and exciting Pilseners appeared on the market and brought the pilsner a renaissance.
The Berlin brewery BRLO also dared a new edition of the Czech classic. With a lot of expertise and hops, the brewers created their self-proclaimed New Age Pilsener. Happy Pils is brewed with the aromatic hops varieties Citra, Herkules and Hüll Melon and inspires with a cornucopia of exciting hop aromas, wonderful freshness and clean tartness.
BRLO's Happy Pils flows into the glass in a shiny amber gold and is crowned by a decent amount of snow-white foam. From an olfactory point of view, the Pils is tempting with an atypical variety of aromas: the scent of freshly baked bread is combined in the nose with lemon soda, roasted malt, juicy orange and a hint of blooming summer meadow. The taste of the modern Pils is also multi-layered: on a soft, grainy malt base with notes of oven-warm biscuits, a splendor of hops blooms, ranging from freshly mown grass to sweet mandarins to candied orange peel. The fine tartness perfectly complements the play of aromas.
Fresh wind in a Pils glass!
Water, barley malt, hops, yeast