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Victory Prima Pils

Beer Discussion by STOUTLOVER72

BeerPal Notice: This topic was created for discussion of the beer Victory Prima Pils. Those of you who can get this beer on a daily basis are truly lucky. The last pils that I had that was this hoppy was Drakes Zatec Pils, and this was better I think (not sure but I'd have to check my ratings). Awesome summer time beer.

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11 years ago
# 9
# 9

quote: Originally posted by kinger
quote: quote: Originally posted by Stoutlover72
quote: quote: quote: Originally posted by kinger
Easily found around here, unfortunately I don't think it sells well since the places I see it at are dated from 1-2 years ago! Haven't been able to find a fresh sixer in a long time, thank goodness for Troegs Sunshine Pils to help out in this time of need.
I couldn't find a date anywhere on the bottle. Does Victory date some and others not or did they use to date and quit doing that? The aroma didn't blow me away, in fact it was pretty average. But the taste is what sold me.
Victory has enjoy by dates printed in small white type on the main label.
I'll check again. Perhaps the beer left me in such a delusional state I overlooked something that was staring at me. I kept the bottle.

11 years ago
# 10
# 10

i got one just past the best by date and it was still great. kinda stretching the parameters of the style, but a very good warm weather ale! can't get any victory beers anywhere near Reno, though.

11 years ago
# 11
# 11

quote: Originally posted by slowrunner77
i got one just past the best by date and it was still great. kinda stretching the parameters of the style, but a very good warm weather ale! can't get any victory beers anywhere near Reno, though.
Same here. I had to travel to SoCal and get them there. SoCal get's it all.

11 years ago
# 12
# 12

CHOPZ
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CHOPZ
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We finally had some this year (2009) at the LCBO in Ontario.

10 years ago
# 13
# 13

Founders PR vid: http://foundersbrewing.com/ I hope to try their KBS's et al. some time. http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/1199/ [8D]

5 months ago
# 14
# 14

I think I saw Black Rye earlier this year or last. Maybe irregular now but not quite retired? I love Red's Rye, too. As they are new to Reno, I've got a decent stash in the fridge...All Day and Centennial 6ers, and some random singles of Breakfast, Curmudgeon, Bastard and KBS. We didn't get any Redankulous. I'm sad about that but with kegs and a few singles of KBS hitting shelves out of season in October, I really can't complain.

5 months ago
# 15
# 15

BEERDOG
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BEERDOG
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Had my first Founders (Double Trouble) a couple of days ago. Very impressive.

5 months ago
# 16
# 16

Getting Sweet Repute in the mail soon...looks like CBS, but a barleywine. Looking forward to THAT [:D]

5 months ago
# 17
# 17

[:)] Founders is still regarded and I've tried a few more of their brews. Dirty Bastard and 3 IPA's...maybe a couple more. fretwalker had two KBS's in his cellar, whereas I've never even SEEN a bottle irl. [:(] [8)] On the upside, it is after all only another beer. Not water from the Fountain Of Youth or molten 24K gold! [:D]

5 months ago
# 18
# 18

Founders has been seen irregularly in the Ontario market for 6-7 years now. Initially it sold out within days, now you can find KBS and CBS bottles on the shelves after a few weeks still.

5 months ago
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