A good pilsner doesn’t hammer you over the head. It’s subtle, it’s got some structure, and most important, it’s refreshing. With IPAs, if I have more than one or two, my tongue feels as if it’s coated with hop resin and malts.
- Bill Covaleski
It seems Bill’s subtle approach to brewing Pilsners is paying off . . . Gourmet Magazine just named Prima Pils as one of the best examples of a Pilsner in the world! Just look at the company we hold in this article and you’ll see why we’re so excited.
*Bill has nothing against IPA’s