Ayinger Bavarian Pils
Bavarian Pils. Ayinger. Aying, Germany.
We’ve reviewed this before and loved it a lot. It got us interested in pilsners, and since then we’ve had many. Let’s see if we still love it.
Light straw yellow. Translucent. Moderate head.
Slightly lighter color than the Bell’s we just tried.
Faint grain. Not much from the bottle either.
Sweeter and less bitter than the Bell’s.
Some malt and honey.
There’s some kind of unpleasant aftertaste, something funky.
Aimee thinks it’s boring. I kind of agree.
It’s not as thirst-quenching as the Wiedemann’s Pilsner.