Friday, January 17, 2014

Narragansett Bohemian Pilsner


I grabbed a can of Narragansett Bohemian Pilsner the other day to see what it's all about. The pounder can actually has a little story on the back that let's you know this beer pays tribute to the lager style of beer which the company was founded on in 1890 and has remained true to throughout its history. 5.2% alcohol.

Flowery and grassy aroma, inviting. Big cracker-forward flavors start things off. You are then rewarded with a nice spicy and grassy nip at the palate, totally refreshing and perfectly bitter. A little herbal and there is some light fruity sweetness in the distance as well. Prickly carbonation is also welcome. The finish is long and full of grainy flavors. Nice beer!

2 comments:

Vinny said...

'Gansett continuously surprises and impresses me with the beers they produce. They tend to brewer lighter bodied beers, which isn't usually my thing but their Autocrat Coffee Milk Stout is also very solid (if coffee-heavy on flavor).

Beer Drinker Rob said...

I like most if not all of their beers. They are tasty and not all jacked up with a bunch additional ingredients/overdone alcoholically. I haven't tried the Milk Stout, but will keep an eye out for it!