Definitely a cut above the "North American Light Lager" given to us by Miller, Bud, Pabst, etc. This is a degree darker than the urine-colored versions made in St Louis and Milwaukee, and a heavier flavor too. This pils also has a nice hoppiness to it, nothing too heavy, and not the bitterness that makes your face wrinkle like Keystone. This is also a little heavier on the alcohol than other pilsners, with a nice malty flavor to it. I did enjoy this more than Dogwood's Octoberfest, but I think anyone would agree with me that a beer fart smell does not make a beer very competitive.
Reviewed: November 22, 2003