All Posts Tagged With pilsner

2015 Epcot Food and Wine Festival Review: SweetWater Take-Two Pils

Did you miss me? It’s not like I’ve been radio silent; I’ve been posting on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. However, the site itself is long overdue for a new article, so let’s get on with it. Have you heard the full menus for the 2015 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival are up? I’m going to… → Read More

Guest Review: The Beer Dinner at the 2013 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival

Today we have the pleasure of bringing you a review of The Beer Dinner (formerly known as the Radeberger Beer Dinner) at the 2013 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival from our very special guest author Allison Thayer!  When looking for something different to do during our October trip, I stumbled upon The Beer Dinner.  There… → Read More

Beer Souvenirs at Walt Disney World

If you’re like me, you’re not a fan of the generic year merchandise and the stuff you can find at nearly every store in Walt Disney World. With the generally family-friendly atmosphere of Walt Disney World, I wasn’t expecting to find much in the way of beer-related souvenirs. To my surprise, this wasn’t exactly the case…. → Read More


From the Cuauhtémoc Moctezuma Brewery in Mexico, the brewer responsible for Sol, Dos Equis, Tecate and others, comes Bohemia. Bohemia is a pilsner that gets its name from the region that is now part of the Czech Republic. This region is well known for its brewing and is the birthplace of the pilsner. Bohemia is a… → Read More

Lagunitas Pils

I was starting to think I just wasn’t a big fan of lagers. How can this be? I like Abita Amber and Saint Arnold Lawnmower, among others. Looking back at the recent lagers I’ve had compared to the recent ales, I started to figure it out. The lagers include Bud Light (ick), Michelob Light, Coors… → Read More

Craft Beers Booth at Food & Wine….and Kona Pipeline Porter

After a fun filled trip during opening weekend of the Food & Wine Festival, as well as both successfully completing the Wine & Dine Half Marathon, Patrick and I decided to thoroughly reward ourselves with a complete beer tasting at both the Brewer’s Collection Booth and the Craft Beers Booth. With the Brewer’s Booth complete… → Read More

Pilsner Urquell – Bohemian Pilsener classic example

The Bohemian Pilsener style was first brewed in 1842 and can be considered the original clear, light-colored beer. When looking for an example to taste from this style Pilsner Urquell should be your first stop. When looking at the characteristics of this style you can taste the details in Pilsner Urquell. Some key notes to… → Read More

Samuel Adams Noble Pils

What makes a pils a Noble pils? No, it’s not beer royalty. According to Samuel Adams, it’s the inclusion of all five Noble hops into this one seasonal brew. This is one of the better pilsners I’ve had; it’s sweet at first and gives a bitter bite on the back end. A light citrus flavor… → Read More

Lagunitas Pils

“To drink a Lagunitas Pils is to live a Lagunitas Pils.” -Aristotle No that’s not true. Aristotle didn’t say that of course. William Shakespeare did. Regardless. It’s the best beer in the world. Let’s chat. The Lagunitas Brewing Company is nestled in the hills (I’m not sure if that’s true) of Petaluma, California (that is true)…. → Read More

Stoudt’s Pils

Oh NBD. That’s just my cat drinking a pils. A fine pils might I add. Let’s discuss. Stoudt’s brewery is located in Pennsylvania and was created by these loves named Ed and Carol Stoudt who apparently loved hella pils, because thats what they created. It’s been around since 1987 and not only did Carol and… → Read More

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