The Tipsy-Train Beer Blog with Lost And Grounded Brewers' Keller Pils

November 12, 2019

Lost And Grounded Brewers - Keller Pils

Lost And Grounded Brewers - Keller Pils

Last night's bonus tipple comes chilling out at home with Lori while the Weston-super-Mare rain lashes against the windows...hoping this drink hits the mark.

I like the can design a lot. It's a cartoony picture of a rowboat in a lake surrounded by mountains being piloted by what I'd like to think is a squirrel type creature!

First smell after a kitchen can opening was very pungent floral scents with a feint hoppy background. Definitely got that classic pilsner taste to it with the hoppy feel, then an actual nice light and clean followup that carries through each sip. No big memorable flavours that stay on the tongue, but a decent enough drink to knock back.

Cheers everyone!🍻

Han





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