From BeerAdvocate magazine Issue #67 (August 2012):
LOOK: Crystal-clear pale amber, well-laced glass
SMELL: Aromatic malts, herbal hops, spicy, clean, bready, wild honey
TASTE: Godly smoothness, loaf of bread, balanced bitterness, herbal, peppery, salt, honey, touch of toastiness, green tea, grassy, mildly citric; clean, semidry finish
A resurrected Chicagoland area brew from a decade ago that Michael Jackson the beer critic claimed was the “best pilsener I’ve ever tasted in America.” Fast forward 10 years and perhaps that is not the case anymore, though what we have here is a very good American craft beer. Not the kind of Pils we expected, but very good nonetheless.