TURNTABLE PILS: 85 Points
This Czeck Style Pilsner is released in the Spring months in 12 oz. bottles.
Brewer’s Description: “Flip that record and wax nostalgic about Ohio’s deep-cut music legacy with our refreshing pilsner. Consider this our reissue of a classic style.“
My Description: This beer tastes good but it doesn’t to blend as cleanly as it should; the flavors seems to battle rather than work together. It begins with a large, white colored head that lasts forever leaving behind a nice amount of lacing. The aroma is pleasant with an overall sweet note accompanied by notes of floral hops, pale malts, grass, and earthy notes. Turntable Pils is light/medium bodied with a moderate carbonation level and a dry finish. The beer feels light and airy, a nice texture for Summer. The flavor profile shows notes of sweet grains, pale malts, grass, earthy hops, and bread. The aftertaste is slightly bitter with lingering hop spice notes. Overall, it could have been executed better, but it still makes for a good drink. It is best served around 40°F and pairs nicely with just about anything.
ABV: 5.3% Color: Yellow Gold Sweetness: 2.5/10 Bitterness: 3.5/10