Go ahead, look at the bottle. You can look at it as many times as you want, it won't change. It's not green, never will be green. Yes, I realize it tastes much like all those green-bottled imports from Germany, Holland, Czech Republic, etc, but it's really a brown bottle. Definitely true to form in a German/Czech style Pilsner, with the prominent hops, with a smooth malt flavor. If this was available in Atlanta, I might make this my standby German lager. I like the use of Prima, the German slang word which is used to mean "excellent," or "sweet!" Yes, I know it sounds Italian, but if the Italians think they're bad enough to take it back, they can march their troops up to Germany and retake it. No? Yeah, I didn't think so.
Reviewed: November 12, 2005
Pretty damn hoppy for a Pils. I suppose I shouldn't be surprised, though, as there is an image of a hop on the label. Either that, or it's a pine cone. Look, I'm not a beer snob, I know what I like, and that's that. So I don't know what a hop looks like. So what? Anyway, as I was saying, I thought a Pils wasn't supposed to be this hoppy. Not bad, but confusing. Anyway, I'm giving this a seven because I liked it. It may not be a perfect example of the style, but I've never been concerned with that. And that, folks, is my opinion.
Reviewed: August 05, 2006