“Kids are different today I hear every mother say….”, not sure if this was inspired by the Rolling Stones but it certainly feels that way.
$1.50 as a single from Green’s on Buford, Atlanta, GA, USA. A new entrant to the ATL market just in time for the serious Spring/Summer outdoor season in the South.
Pour has perfect, golden clarity with very little lace and not much head after the initial wave. Carbonation seems low for a Pils of any description.
The beer has a touch of aspirin bitterness but lacks that Saaz bite in the finish that I’m looking for in a Pils. Slight skunk. Not *that* clean, either.
It lacks a little in terms of being a high quality Pils but it has the potential to make up for this by being in the can (welcome), good value (also wlecome) and an OB product. I get the feeling that this beer may get some plaudits it does not quite deserve – we’ll see.
For me, OK, but not up to the usual standard for OB and not a really good version of the style either. Make up your own mind.