Schell’s Brewing Company is located in New Ulm, MN and is celebrating their 150th Anniversary September 17-18, 2010. Their Pils is a fine example of a European Pilsner lager made with 100% malted barley and Hallertau hops (no adjuncts such as corn or rice).
ABV = 5.6%
The beer pours out with a light white one finger head into a pint glass. It is clear yellow with good carbonation. Then aroma is a mixture of malt and spicy hops. The flavor matches well with the aroma. This beer is clean and refreshing (another good sessionable lawnmower beer). There is light lacing on the glass. I like this craftbeer, and it is a much better choice than the common fizzy yellow lager beers of the big “American” macrobreweries.
Grade = B