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Posted: 9/1/2015 1:22:15 AM EDT
Than Pilsner Urquell

Link Posted: 9/1/2015 1:27:38 AM EDT
Been drinking that for 3 decades plus.

Chris
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 1:30:29 AM EDT
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Nice. A good Pilsner is not easy to make.
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OP knows his beer!

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I clicked on your post to dispute you if you had posted anything different. Drinking that in Czech Republic  is about the only thing better.  Bravo
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 1:38:25 AM EDT
4 into the 6 pack. Wish I had brought home two.

The anti-hoppy IPA shit. So crisp and clean.
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This is my go to euro pilsner. If you haven't tried it you're missing out.
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 2:02:23 AM EDT
So much great beer in eastern Europe.  Especially the Bohemian region.
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Originally Posted By leatherface_y2k:


4 into the 6 pack. Wish I had brought home two.



The anti-hoppy IPA shit. So crisp and clean.
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Pretty refreshing. I like a clean, crisp, smooth beer. Not one that is fighting my taste buds the whole time. It's a good beer to get deep into a 12 pack when you have a whole day ahead of you.

 
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This is my go to euro pilsner. If you haven't tried it you're missing out.
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I'll have to look for that one. Thanks for the tip!
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 2:04:13 AM EDT
OP Nails it.
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So much great beer in eastern Europe.  Especially the Bohemian region.
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Truth.

 
You could spend a lifetime bumming around Europe drinking beer and not even scratch the surface of great beers.
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 2:05:25 AM EDT
I partial to this, but I lived outside the town it is brewed in for 6 years...





Link Posted: 9/1/2015 2:06:47 AM EDT
For the local Czech days I brewed a Pilsner Urquell clone.  It was very yummy.
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 2:16:55 AM EDT
Can't say that I disagree with you, OP. If you ever get the chance, you should check it out in country, when it's fresh. World of difference.
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Can't say that I disagree with you, OP. If you ever get the chance, you should check it out in country, when it's fresh. World of difference.
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I doubt I'll ever be there. There are a few bars here that have it on tap and even that is better than the bottled. As good as bottled is.

Not a fan of green glass for bottled beer.


Link Posted: 9/1/2015 2:28:52 AM EDT
Agree.

MillerCoors' best beer. Its fantastic.
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Originally Posted By leatherface_y2k:
4 into the 6 pack. Wish I had brought home two.

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That's the type of beer I prefer.  Thanks, I'll pick some up and give it a try.
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 2:59:51 AM EDT
There is a pub here where you can get it fresh out of the tank.  No kidding, a truck comes and they pump it directly into this copper tank sitting in the bar.   'Oldest' pint of it I've had was only a week old.
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 3:05:38 AM EDT
This is a fact
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Originally Posted By BeerPimp:
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Do you happen to have the recipe handy?
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 8:04:30 AM EDT
Your right op. First had it in the mid 70's. Wish I still drank.
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 8:17:21 AM EDT
Yep
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Agree.



MillerCoors' best beer. Its fantastic.
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lagers...

 
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Nice. A good Pilsner is not easy to make.
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I brew one called Pinellas Urquell.  It's a PU copy named after the county I live in.
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You sir, know good beer.

I just can't get into the queer beers.
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Absolutely correct.  I was worried until I clicked the link that you'd picked some inferior swill.
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You sir, know good beer.

I just can't get into the queer beers.
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You sir, know good beer.

I just can't get into the queer beers.


Lol. A pils is hardly a queer beer.
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Originally Posted By Badseed:



Do you happen to have the recipe handy?
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Originally Posted By Badseed:
Originally Posted By BeerPimp:
For the local Czech days I brewed a Pilsner Urquell clone.  It was very yummy.



Do you happen to have the recipe handy?


Mash 10lbs of corn flakes and 8lbs of rice @ 152 for 60 minutes.
90 minute boil. At 60 minutes, show the boil kettle a photo of a hop plant.
Pitch some lager yeast



J/K I wish I could brew a crisp pilsner such as that.
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They changed the packaging of the six packs so the bottles are now completely enclosed, blocked from light.
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Originally Posted By leatherface_y2k:
Originally Posted By czechsix:
Can't say that I disagree with you, OP. If you ever get the chance, you should check it out in country, when it's fresh. World of difference.


I doubt I'll ever be there. There are a few bars here that have it on tap and even that is better than the bottled. As good as bottled is.

Not a fan of green glass for bottled beer.





They changed the packaging of the six packs so the bottles are now completely enclosed, blocked from light.



They sell it in cans now too.
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You sir, know good beer.

I just can't get into the queer beers.
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You sir, know good beer.

I just can't get into the queer beers.


You realize that Natural Light is a brand of pilsner? So you have been drinking "queer beer" all along. Moron.
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 8:49:04 AM EDT


Agreed.
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Originally Posted By leatherface_y2k:
Than Pilsner Urquell

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I have never been able to find better.
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I drink it once in a while for a nice change of styles.    I've made a few attempts at brewing a clone with varying success. It's difficult.

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I've brewed several pilsners with varying success.  The problem I have is the pilsner malt is so floury, it's hard to get a clear beer.  Adding in a fresh quart of wort about 12 days into fermentation  helps clear up any diacetyl problems.  Just my 2 cents on brewing cold fermented beer.
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I've brewed several pilsners with varying success.  The problem I have is the pilsner malt is so floury, it's hard to get a clear beer.  Adding in a fresh quart of wort about 12 days into fermentation  helps clear up any diacetyl problems.  Just my 2 cents on brewing cold fermented beer.
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Originally Posted By Waldo:

I drink it once in a while for a nice change of styles.    I've made a few attempts at brewing a clone with varying success. It's difficult.




I've brewed several pilsners with varying success.  The problem I have is the pilsner malt is so floury, it's hard to get a clear beer.  Adding in a fresh quart of wort about 12 days into fermentation  helps clear up any diacetyl problems.  Just my 2 cents on brewing cold fermented beer.


How does that work? I've never heard of that? Interested.
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I am a fan.
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You realize that Natural Light is a brand of pilsner? So you have been drinking "queer beer" all along. Moron.
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Originally Posted By averwo:
Originally Posted By lowcountry:


You sir, know good beer.

I just can't get into the queer beers.


You realize that Natural Light is a brand of pilsner? So you have been drinking "queer beer" all along. Moron.


I'm sure your urquell goes better with your fedora and skinny jeans than would a natty.
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Swill, one of the surviving Brewers after Prohibition forced on American public in the name profits not quality. The major Brewers hampered craft ( quality) Brewers from starting for decades. If it's one of the few beers you have been drinking since keg parties in high school you would not know any better.
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You realize that Natural Light is a brand of pilsner? So you have been drinking "queer beer" all along. Moron.
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Originally Posted By averwo:
Originally Posted By lowcountry:


You sir, know good beer.

I just can't get into the queer beers.


You realize that Natural Light is a brand of pilsner? So you have been drinking "queer beer" all along. Moron.


Natural Light is only suitable for consumption through a funnel, or in a red cup after a ping pong ball has landed inside.
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I'm sure your urquell goes better with your fedora and skinny jeans than would a natty.
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Originally Posted By averwo:
Originally Posted By lowcountry:


You sir, know good beer.

I just can't get into the queer beers.


You realize that Natural Light is a brand of pilsner? So you have been drinking "queer beer" all along. Moron.


I'm sure your urquell goes better with your fedora and skinny jeans than would a natty.



Oh sick burn bro. I wouldn't know, I don't own either. Keep it ignorant though so you appreciate the finer things in life like Natty Light.
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 9:28:10 AM EDT
Pilsner Urquel is great. I've been drinking Sierra Nevada Nooner lately, if you want to buy American.
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 9:30:36 AM EDT
Wow.  Someone actually got a 'Best of' selection correct!
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 9:31:36 AM EDT
Good stuff, but Maes Pils beats it.
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 9:39:00 AM EDT
Not a bad beer at all and pretty common (in bottles,) at restaurants. Victory Prima Pils is my favorite commercial Pils right behind Weinstaphner Pils but PU is defiantly acceptable.

So, who here knows about BudVar and Budwiser?
Link Posted: 9/1/2015 9:48:03 AM EDT
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How does that work? I've never heard of that? Interested.
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Originally Posted By 338winmag:
Originally Posted By Waldo:

I drink it once in a while for a nice change of styles.    I've made a few attempts at brewing a clone with varying success. It's difficult.




I've brewed several pilsners with varying success.  The problem I have is the pilsner malt is so floury, it's hard to get a clear beer.  Adding in a fresh quart of wort about 12 days into fermentation  helps clear up any diacetyl problems.  Just my 2 cents on brewing cold fermented beer.


How does that work? I've never heard of that? Interested.



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