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Radeberger Pilsner

I have a confession to make.  I know next to nothing about European beers.  Shameful, I know, but there it is.  So this year, with the start of my blog as motivation, I’ve made it a point to try many more European beers.  A noble New Year’s resolution, I’m sure you’re all thinking, so thank you.  I’m excited to try new beers from historic breweries, as well as beers from the growing number of European craft breweries.  So here we go!


NAME: Radeberger Pilsner (Draught)TYPE: German Pilsener
ORIGIN: Radeberger Exportbierbrauerei
ABV: 4.8%
REVIEW: Golden color, minimal head, smells a little sweet, a little like wheat bread, subtle barley and oat flavors when sipped, watery mouthfeel, a little flat. Kind of a boring, standard pils. I paid $7 for this and I kind of feel like I got the shaft. Save yourself $7 and just have a MGD.

goodwilltasting grade: C-

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