Full Sail Brewing
Hood River, OR
This month's beer picks will lean toward the lighter side of the spectrum to guide you through the dog days of summer.
Full Sail's LTD series has included a bock and an amber ale, and the third offering is a German-style pilsner, perfect for summer quaffing. This is a simple concoction of two-row pale malts and Sterling hops that plays on, but does not copy, the classic German pilsner. It pours a clear gold with a frothy, off-white head that clings to the side of the glass. The aroma is full of earthy grain and floral hops with a hint of spice. Cereal graininess rides over the mildly soapy, grassy hops, but the finish is clean and satisfying. The body is medium-light, with a bit of slickness and a pleasant tingle of carbonation. Great right out of the bottle and reasonably priced, this is a fine choice for toting to a backyard barbeque or house party where tolerance for biting hop bitterness might be low.
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