Penn German Pilsner
Featured in our Craft Beer of the Month Club
- Kaiser Pils
Pilsner originally came from the Bohemian city of Pilsen. By 1842, the pale beer revolution had begun and with it came assertive hopping levels. Brewers in northern Germany caught on and began creating their own versions of pilsner beer. These were even paler than their Bohemian counterparts and were made with fairly bitter, hopping rates comparable to American Pale Ales. The Kaiser Pils is a crisp, clean Pilsner Beer with a floral and aromatic hop nose and a malty backbone.