Foothills Torch Pilsner

Foothills Torch Pilsner

An angry Viking with a beard of flames doesn’t necessarily make me think “Pilsner”, but the color of Foothills Torch is quite a bit darker than your average macro pilsner. Still clear and see through, though.  Grassy hops in the aroma really showcase the difference, too.

The flavor is full of Saaz hops with a crisp, tart, dry finish. Slightly toasted malt comes through along with with hints of grapefruit. Hops get more aggressive as it warms.

Perhaps the most aggressive and hoppiest pilsners I’ve had. Still, very tasty and quite a bit of flavor compared to other pilsners. Only 5.3% so it’s a pretty good session beer.

If you want a pilsner with a kick, find it!

Grade: B

 

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