Cerpa: 4.5 – That is such a generic pilsner it’s almost comical. It is however not awful, very easy to drink, and totally inoffensive.
Price Average: $4
‘The Crisp’ Pilsner: 3.5 – This is a pils for the hipster IPA crowd. The hops and bitterness here are not everything there is to the beer, but theres certainly a bunch. The word ‘crisp’ is appropriate we guess.
Price Average: $11 for 6-pack
‘MPL’ Pilsner: 7.5 – That is a great pilsner its got a really decent amount of hops that adds a spicy element to it, but its balanced enough to make for easy drinking.
Price Average: $4
Wormtown Loose Lorals: 7.0 – This might be my favorite Wormtown. It’s light and hoppy pils, but there enough sweetness. Even better is having this on a hot day.
Price Average: $6
Super Bock: 4.5 – Wow that tastes like beer. Like the beer-y kinda of beer. The kind of beer that’s… beer-y. Not to be confused with berry as that, and truly anything would be too exotic for this beer. You could call this a five, but it’s so annoying we’ll drop 0.5
Warsteiner: 1.0 – That’s really quite awful. There’s not a defining aspect of it’s awfulness beyond tasting like what I imagine wet socks to taste like. I think the part I hate the most is how the name doesn’t remotely match to the taste.
Pilsner Urquell: 6.5 – I’ll say this, that is certainly a unique tasting pilsner. I was expecting worse when they claimed to be the first pilsner, but it’s got a distinct character. It has lightness, and almost crispness of flavor with a nice amount of hops and is easy to drink.
Holsten Pilsner: 1.5 – I have a theory. That theory is that this was originally call Holstein Piss, because cow piss is about what I think drinking this. I will admit this is slightly warmer than it should be, but no – this is not good.
Price $6 for 4-Pack
Sam Adams Noble Pils: 5.0 – It’s an okay beer overall. It has all the characteristic you exppect from a Pils, but it does nothing to distinguish itself.
Google Shop Average: Sam Adams Noble Pils $15 for Cabin 12-Pack