Made by Slow Hand Beer Company
Distinctive sessionable beers with character.
This Pilsner is, at its core, a German-Style Pilsner - Dry, Blonde and Hoppy - but Slow Hand doesn't use purely German hops. The Saaz side of the Sterling hops they (mostly) use bring the grassy/spicy, and the hit of Centennial adds some orange blossom. It's a pleasantly bitter Pilsner with a honey-veiled maltiness and a nice, dry palate. This makes it more of a West Coast Pilsner.