Ayinger Bavarian Pils
Bavarian Pils. Ayinger. Aying, Germany.
Clear and light gold, or perhaps light urine. Bubbly. Decently thick head that clings to glass as it recedes.
Smell is very attractive. I want to smell deeply.
I accidentally tipped the glass too close to my nose and inhaled. It was not an unpleasant inhale.
“I love this smell”.
It’s so good.
The satisfaction on the first sip is like taking the first sip of a cold Coke, but without the regret of drinking viscous sugary syrup.
A little bitter. The bitterness lingers. No malt.
Could drink this all day.
Goes down easy. Not thick and viscous. Effervescent.
I don’t have the strong sensation of my mouth being coated the way I did with yesterday’s ales, at least not as strongly.
I’ve avoided pilsners for the most part because they are not “interesting”, but I’m super impressed with this beer.
Definitely something I could drink a lot of.