Brewery: Stiegl Brewery (Austria)
Type: German Pilsner
Opinion: Nice creamy frothy head/ although it has a slight neon glow from the bubbles which looks a bit sudsy like soap. Regardless lots of lacing on the glass, nice thick froth- beauty. Typical shimmering golden pils color, and malty aroma.
Ingredients: water, barley malt, hops. Good pure Austrians.
A delightful mouthfeel of foam as I sip. And then a nice semi-dry malt experience which leaves the mouth a bit lined. There’s a hint of a roast malt, but overall it’s a very balanced lager with little complexity. A very good everyday beer.
In the center of Salzburg, Austria- is the brewery which makes this beer. They are just outside and down a few little steps from the Festung Hohensalzburg fortress. ‘Stiegl’ is German for ‘little steps’. I like that.
This is likely my favorite of the German pilsners (pils) as they call them.