Signature Brew Co. Piercing Pils (5.7%)

Brewed in collaboration with Dogfish Head and brewed with White Pear Tea and pear juice, this is one hell of a good Pilsner.
There’s a soft fruity aroma tinged with spices that drifts up to you as you pour, and taking a sip you are immediately struck by the warm, tannin dryness of the tea before the rush of soft, sweet honey biscuits, white bread crusts and toffee from the malt body that makes the beer feel round, smooth and creamy.
The hopping – Amarillo alongside the more traditional Czech Saaz – brings lots of piquant undergrowth, hedgerow greenery, nettles, hazel and lemon rind, and the pear juice pops up in the finish to add a lovely fruitiness to the long crisp end of the beer.

Source: Signature Brew Co.

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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