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The Zwickelpils is a particularly fresh, unfiltered variant of the conventional Pilsner and is enjoying growing popularity in times of highly complex craft beers. When everything around us gets more complicated and hectic, we crave simplicity — and that’s true when it comes to beer. The craft beer movement has made the beer market more varied and innovative than ever before. At the same time, numerous old, long-forgotten beer styles are being rediscovered and taken up and given a modern interpretation by young, imaginative brewers. The gusset and all its sub-forms are definitely one of them.
Josef Langwieser’s take on the classic Zwickelpils is a successful balance of caramel grain and an abundance of aromatic hop notes. His creation is called Saphir Pils.
The unconventional nature of this Pilsner is already evident in the glass: Instead of the crystal-clear, lustrous body of a conventional example, Josefs Saphir Pils is presented in a delicately cloudy gold. A stately crown of airy foam rounds off the first visual impression nicely. The balance of hops and malt runs like a red thread through the beer enjoyment and delivers light malt, hints of oven-fresh bread and buttery caramel as well as grassy hops, citrus freshness, passion fruit and grapefruit notes in both the aroma and the taste. A bitter finish reminiscent of citrus fruit rounds off the enjoyment in an atmospheric way.
Water, barley malt, hops, yeast
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