It’s a large beautiful park that is just MADE for picnics and having a beer or some wine with some bread and cheese and heaven there.
These were the circumstances around my first taste of Green Apple Pilsner by Nickel Brook.
Shortly after sampling the beer we were trapped under a tree with hail pounding around us and lots of lightning but I have a feeling the beer wasn’t involved in those circumstances.
As a note, you should always drink beer out of a glass. I did not though. Do as I say, not as I do. You’ll see why in the review.
This beer can be purchased at the LCBO for $2.75 and it sits at just 4.0% ABV.
Appearance: Unknown. It’s a can and I’m at a park. Poured some in my mouth Shawna said it looked golden and filtered.
Aroma: In a can, this review sucks. Strong sour apples.
Taste: The apples take over and can’t really pick up much else. A bit of pilsner malts.
Overall: Light and refreshing.
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