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The next pint I had at this pub was a Trumer Pilsner. Until I saw it on this list I’d never heard of it before. It turns out that they originated in Austria. The brewery originally started out as a pub in 1775 and has been passed down through seven generation of family. Slowly growing and expanding through each generation. They’ve expended so much they actually have a brewery in Berkeley, California to supply their American demand.

This pilsner pours a straw yellow with next to no head. What little head is actually there is a light white skim on top around the edges. Their aroma hints at floral and grass hops, with a side of pale, bready malts. The taste mirrors the aromas and is quite light and crisp. I could see a bunch of these going down far too easily on a scorching hot summer day.

4.8% Pilsner