By Kevin Burns, Beer Columnist


Our latest beer review comes from the Brown's Brewing Company in Troy, NY.

Tomhannock Pilsner poured a clear, golden yellow color with a pen width, white head. The aroma was hoppy with pale malt underneath. T

he body has a smooth mouthfeel up front with a fairly low amount of carbonation for a pilsner. The light hops and pale malt from the nose stick out on the palate. The hops start to come on stronger at the end and add a crispness to the beer before dying out and leaving a dry finish.

Overall, this is a very good pilsner. There is decent depth and plenty of flavor here and the hops are very nice. A must-have pilsner for all craft beer fans.

This beer will pair well with a romaine salad, but my ideal pairing would be a piece of mahi mahi cooked in a lemon, white wine and garlic sauce

Producer: Brown's Brewing Company
ABV: 4.75%
Price: $5.00 (22 oz. Bottle)
(4 out of 5 | Delicious, Distinctive