Style: Pilsner (Czech-Style)

ABV: 5.0 IBU: 30

94/100
Aroma: 12
Appearance: 3
Flavor: 17
Mouthfeel: 5

The Lost Abbey Noble Tendencies

What the brewers say

A traditional Czech-style Pilsner.

What our panel thought

Bright, pale gold with good lace. Pleasant, floral nose; earthy-spicy hops meld with clean, sweet, vanilla-like malt. Perfumey. Flavor is malty up front—soft, sweetish, easygoing—with gentle bitterness that is part of the whole. Medium-dry finish. Aromatic, soft, helles-like. Sweet malt and spicy hops linger. Nice beer.

What our editors thought

The nose feels European, lightly oxidized and knocked down like a beer that's sat on a boat for a while. In the sip, a tinge of diacetyl offers a remarkably true-to-style take on Czech pilsner, highlighting a bit of malt sweetness.

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