In a blind tasting by BJCP trained experts, this beer rated


Perennial Pils

Aroma: “Big citrus hops aroma. Spicy with an earthy foundation. Light sulfur notes. Mild crackery malt is hard to qualify beyond a light sweetness that drives into pear and peach notes.”

Flavor: “Big spicy piney hops flavors at first bring a wash of medium bitterness afterward. There’s a malt body with light bready or saltine-cracker flavor.”

Overall: “This aims to be a German Pilsner but has that American hops aesthetic with a Pils character that comes through clearly. It’s a great break from hoppy ales.”