Just like you, but different
So to a Harrington’s “The Rogue Hop” an Organic Pilsner.
“.. brewed using organic malt and hops..”
Brewed with Organic Malt and Hops to the style of a Bohemian Pilsner with our own Rogue Hop to give it an exciting strong yet lingering hop finish.
A great one for a mouth feel challenge!
What could possibly go wrong?
That has a nice hop fresh aroma on opening.
That aroma really blooms in the glass on the pour. Really pale and with a really decent fluffy head to top it out. very inviting.
The profile of this seems to be very even and the tastes are all there at the same time and without a dominant thing, making it really quite quaffable really.
The hop aroma is a really nice greeting to the nose as you lift to tip, sadly though this doesn’t translate to the hopiness in the beer that I would like.
A beer that talks a good talk then, all the things it has and does are good but not quite great. I’ve had worse though, trust me, this isn’t a bad drinking beer.
As it warms some of the hop grassiness begins to show through, it leaves it late.
The pdubyah-o-meter rates this as 8 a of its things from the thing. That makes this on the arbitrary scale as ‘very good’ it is nicer than some Pilsener beers that I’ve had, and not as good as some others. There isn’t a lot that you would take away as memorable from this though, it is at the end of the glass just another Lager beer, just a bit better than some.
The double dip review
Musically then I was listening to “The Black Keys” for no reason at all, the album of course “El Camino” Listen here
The Black Keys is an American rock duo formed in Akron, Ohio in 2001 – this track “Lonely Boy”