Brewed by Ratsherrn Brauerei
The Ratsherrn Brauerei (Alderman Brewery) is a medium-sized company, with a 50 year tradition, but is in its present form since 2012. It is located in the Sternschanze district in the heart of the portal city of Hamburg, Germany. Brewing has been going on here in this part of the city since 1869.
Review: 0.33l Bottle of Ratsherrn Pilsner: ABV: 4.9%
On pour we get a light yellow colour on view, with a nice big frothy, creamy head appearing. A nice amount of carbonation bubbling away. Some slight lacing in evidence. Looks ok, nothing wrong with the appearance.
The aroma is very nice, a real lovely smell in fact, very nice aroma of floral hops. Wheat, grainy and grassy…
Got a strong initial taste hitting the senses, the spices I guess.
Sour taste, with some lemon, and then there is the sweet malts, but all drinkable.
A nice smooth beer, very sessionable.
Nice creamy mouthfuls with a buttery off taste which is manageable.
Not overly hoppy.
Not a bad beer overall, nice and tasty, I liked it. Yeah, a good beer to drink!
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