My latest bohemian pilsner is going to have to be my Cinco de Mayo beer. Photo doesn't really do it justice. It's dim in the basement today. The head is bright white and it's crystal clear though the condensation and carbonation obscure that a little in the photo.
It's near the style limit for a bohemian pils at 5.4% abv and 44 IBU. Has a nice pilsen malt aroma, silky smooth mouthfeel with enough bitterness to leave you a little dry and thirsty. Just how I like my pils. Good head retention and heavy lacing force me to keep rinsing the glass...with beer.
It's lagered for about 6 weeks now . I have another 5 gals in the lager fridge for later this summer. Can't wait to see how good that is out in the hot sun! I'm pretty sure I've wandered astray from my original goal of creating a Pilsner Urquell clone but I'm very happy with this pils.