Pouring a lovely gold with a billowing foamy head, Moa’s Pilsner is exceptionally good.
The addition of Champagne yeast gives Methode a sprightly sparkling feel as you drink and the smell is fresh bitter lemons and tarragon.
There’s a super light malt here, like freshly baked crusty bread daubed with runny honey.
As sprinkling of peppercorns pop on your tongue and then move aside for the zingy hops that throw handfuls of gooseberries and rhubarb at you, along with lemon rind, lots of herbal leaves and a splash of grapefruit juice.
The yeast makes an appearance again at the end, adding a little earthy spice to the long, dry and crisp citrus finish.
This is a super, easy drinking yet seriously complex little bottle of beer.
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