Monday, May 02, 2011
Beer Economics 2 - Molson Pilsner
Pairs nicely with greasy saucy foods and doesn't have much of a aftertaste.
I have become a bit of a snob with beer, but Pilsner used to be one of my favorites economic beers. Like Old Milwaukee it has a really pronounced carbonation bite with a strong hoppyness. It doesn't have much to smell but what it lacks in quality it makes up in price! In BC you can snag a 15 pack for $20 bucks and on a good day a 12 pack for $17 bucks!
It is a good cheap beer to pad a cooler with at a party and some have been known to be a huge fan of the 'Pilly' but if you want my opinion, if you have money avoid the white rabbit, and fork over another $5-$7 for some better quality domestic beer.
Score: Flavor 7/10 Drunkenness: 10/15 Enjoyment: 6/10
Final Score 7.6/15 - A "don't know what to choose at the liquor score" beer