The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Amundsen Brewery's Run To The Pils

November 08, 2019

Amundsen Brewery - Run To The Pils

Amundsen Brewery - Run To The Pils

Packing & wrapping, bit of bar work and dropping/ruining of a nice can of beer were parts of my below average day of enjoyment....but, had a beer to look forward to.

Can had a Native American skeleton running across a desert while on fire in vivid rainbow colours....what more could you want!

Fantastic opening, even after the missus shook it over my head, and the first smell was full of malt and pine up the ol'nose. The following swig was more of the same with those strong scents hitting the tastebuds along with a hoppy push and bitter finish. To be honest I'm not overly keen on this one, as I usually like the fuller fruity or citrus tastes and a bit less bitterness, but you can still tell that this has an abundance of quality ingredients in it. I love alot of the other offerings from this brewery, but on this occasion, as a pilsner, the heavy malt and more bitter finish just aren't quite balanced for me.

Happy Thursday anyway, and Cheers!

Han




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