Better than average if somewhat of an unusual version of the style.
This poured in a classic Pilsener manner, but the nose and taste were much, much sweeter with a distinct lack of hop bitterness that accompanies the classic version of the style.
It was creamier and more rounded than a traditional Pils, and subsequently lacked the crisp, cleanliness that one would normally associate with the traditional German beer. As long as you were not craving a classicly stlyed beer, then this all comes together rather well and is certainly highly drinkable, and rather tasty.
Not a classic if you are concerned with Pils as a style, but despite that it was very, very nice. I enjoyed it, but don’t be alarmed by the non-Pils nature of this Pils.