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The Pilsner from the Kaiser brewery in Grasmannsdorf is a true classic. With an alcohol content of 4.9%, it is extremely tasty. Its down-to-earth recipe combines tradition and craftsmanship to create a refreshing beer experience.
In terms of appearance, the Pils presents itself in a crystal-clear gold tone with an airy, coarse-pored head of foam in blossom-white. The fresh scent of cut herbs and fresh hop cones fills your nostrils as soon as you sniff it. Delicate citrus notes and robust malt round off the aromatic bouquet. In the initial sip, the Pils convinces with a solid grain base that tastes like oven-fresh biscuits. Sunny notes of citrus zest join in, while the hops provide a pleasant bitterness and give the beer its typical character. With its finely dry, sparkling and pithy nature, the Kaiser Pils is a real Franconian and should taste this (and everyone else) pretty good.
The skilful brew is the right choice for fans of classic Pilsner and is perfect as a thirst quencher on warm days or as a light accompaniment to hearty dishes. The Kaiser Pils is particularly delicious with a snack: Stone-oven bread with a crusty crust, butter, cheese, chives, ham and a dressed radish complement the aroma of the beer and harmoniously round off the enjoyment.
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