Review: Two Roads Ol' Factory Pils | Craft Beer & Brewing
Two Roads Ol' Factory Pils
87 out of 100

Style: Pilsner

ABV: 5.0 IBU: 38

87/100
Aroma: 11
Appearance: 3
Flavor: 16
Mouthfeel: 4

Two Roads Ol' Factory Pils

What the brewers say

“Traditional in concept with a Two Roads twist—dry hops. We use a combination of classic German as well as American hops and malt varieties. We renovated a 100-year-old factory building and designed this Pils to have ‘extra’ aroma, so pardon the pun! Crisp, refreshing, refined.”

What our panel thought

Aroma: “Sweet bready malt aroma. Floral, lemony hops come through and give it some nice complexity. There’s a faint hint of ripe banana.”

Flavor: “Rich bready sweetness up front with a lingering toast note, reminiscent of dessert bread. Spicy hops character adds complexity, and a well-balanced bitterness persists through the finish, with a hint of pine and pithy citrus.”

Overall: “This beer is definitely a hops showcase, and the malt body is behind that, making it pretty hard to call it a Pils in the traditional sense. The floral hops make this a bolder Pilsner, but it has some nice complexity and flavor.”

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