Paniza Brewing Premium Pilsner

Paniza Brewing Premium Pilsner

Rated 2.925 by BeerPals

Brewed by Paniza Brewing Company

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Style:  Bohemian / Czech Pilsener

5% Alcohol by Volume

25 International Bittering Units

This beer is available all year

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Our take on the traditional German-style Pilsner (German Pils). It is brewed in Toronto, Canada using premium malted barley from Germany and premium hops from Europe. We designed it to be drunk ice-cold. It can be drunk year-round. This classic style beer captivates just after few gulps. Aging is also a very important factor in our recipe design, this beer will age very well for many months if kept cold. We have brewed the recipe since 2015. After few years, it won top prizes in some big competitions Canada wide.

ID: 82463 Last updated 2 years ago Added to database 3 years ago

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Overall Rank46682
Overall Percentile12.7
Style Rank1296 of 1802
Style Percentile28.1
Lowest Score2.7
Highest Score2.7
Average Score2.700
Weighted Score2.925
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • CYRENAICA 2408 reviews
    rated 2.7 2 years ago

    Aroma: 7 | Appearance: 5 | Mouthfeel: 5 | Flavor: 5 | Overall: 5

    473ml can
    5.0% ABV
    LCBO Outlet #631 (Milton, Ontario, Canada – Main / Thompson)
    May 7, 2021
    The beer pours a pale straw gold colour with plenty of effervescence and a huge bubbly head that is short lived. The aroma is grainy malt, noble hops, and yeast. Very clean aroma for a non-macro bargain lager. The mouthfeel is light to medium bodied with average carbonation. The flavour is very malty, the hoppish finish is barely detectable in the flavour. There is absolutely no indication on the can when it was packaged, and it has sat in the back of the beer fridge for 5 months so this could be an old beer, but nothing spectacular enough to make me want to try it again.

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