If you're a tragic for the stock standard lagers and want to broaden your horizons a little, this Czech Pilsner is probably a safe bet, light and refreshing, it's a thirst quencher with BBQ written all over it.
The Good: Suited well enough to a BBQ session with the lads, and this has camping written all over it. Some pretty familiar vibes with this Pilsner, and certainly could get a work out around finals footy time. Not much going on in terms of aroma, but pleasant enough taste. If you're a die hard, rusted on VB or Carlton drinker, this wouldn't be too big of a stretch for you.
The Bad: A little on the plainer side. If you're more of the adventurous type with your beer selection, maybe keep on walkin'.
Enjoyment: I guess this is a reasonable representation of the style, but for me it's a little lacking. Maybe I'll give this another crack around September if the Hawks are still alive, else not doing to much for me unfortunately. Not a bad beer by any means, but I'm just not feeling it. I do think it would go nicely with some spicy food though. Low n Slow pork ribs with a spicy molasses sauce anyone?
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