One of the best times to have a beer is after a long day of work. I decided to crack this beer open right after a long day, so the name was most certainly applicable.
Style: German Pilsener
Trivia: According to the brewery website, “There will be no working during drinking hours! Brewed with Bavarian malt and hops, this everyday Pilsner is bright, crisp and refreshing. We think it’s the perfect way to end the work day. Clock out, post-up and enjoy!”
Random: This beer comes in at 30 IBUs.
This beer poured with a four finger, fluffy, pure-white head. It took a long time to go away, but didn’t leave much lacing on the glass. The body was perfectly clear and bright yellow with a lot of carbonation. The nose was interesting for a pilsner. It had the bready quality and the grass, but also had a touch of some pine and tropical hops, which was definitely different. The taste was more of the same. It had a lot of grass that went into green onion and light pine, but was quickly followed up by cracker malt. The body on this was light with lots of carbonation. It had an instant finish with grass. A pounder can of this set me back $2.62, which came to $.16 per ounce. I thought the price on this beer was right and the flavors were a bit different from the typical pilsner, which isn’t a bad thing. I would have this one again and could see it pairing well with a lot of Summer foods.
Untappd Rating: 4.0/5.0