In this import beer blog, we are going to same Estaminet Tavern Premium Pils. It is made by Palm Brewery in Belgian. This Pils was named after the Taverns in Northern France. The Spanish soldiers use to relax and get entertained from the girls in the country. This beer was first brewed in 2011. There is not much history on this beer. Let us get into this Pils.
It has a clear golden color with a white constant head on this Belgium Pilsner. The aroma has a fresh spring day notes. It is hard to describe. The taste has a slight sweet malty with a nice slight hop notes like earthy notes. The aftertaste is crisp finish. It is pretty drinkable beer.
Here is a description from their website (www.palm.com):
Estaminet Premium Pils is the latest example of PALM Breweries’ craftmanship. You can see, smell and taste the result: a golden-yellow pilsner with a subtle hop aroma, low alcohol content (5.2%) and distinct fruity flavour. Estaminet Premium Pils is a thirst-quenching, refreshing beer.
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Closing, I like this Pils but I just feel there are better and fresher Pilsners on the market. It is hard to keep beer fresh that is being shipped overseas. I know most American beer drinkers like the beer to have that shunky taste. It is off flavor taste notes. This beer does not have those notes but I could imagine what it would taste like if it was fresher. It is a good beer and I recommend you trying it. I pick this beer up from a sampler back and I thought it was a great deal. Go get some! Drink it! Enjoy it! Metal it! \m/
Bill DJ Weiser