The pour was a cloudy golden amber with a huge (3-4 finger) foamy white head that had great retention, lasting throughout with some really nice spotty lacing.
The aroma was very strong scented of citrus and herbal hops with a grain malt and a nice dose of an earthy yeast and a mild hint citrus.
The taste was bitter right off with a nice hoppy presence then became a little bitter-sour with a touch of citrus and had a large taste of yeast at the end (typical for a pilsner). The flavor lasted a good long time with the hops, yeast and citrus meshing nicely on the taste buds.
Mouthfeel was just a bit heavier than light in body with a very dry texture and a bold carbonation.
Overall a nice crisp hoppy Pilsner, I am always thankful when a brewer brews beer like this.