A zippy Italian Pilsner with bright lemon/tangerine notes on the nose, lead to a crisp and dry lean bodied Pilsner. Finishing with a delicate but firm hop bitterness on the tongue.
A bright lemon, tangerine zip on the nose leads to a lean body with delicately firm hop bitterness. Crisp and lighter on the malts than his Bavarian cousin, this Italian Pilsner is instead generously dry hopped with noble German hops of Saphir and Mittelfruh. Deliciously crisp and light yet punchy at 4.5% this small entirely pintable Italian Pilsner is a perfect friend to have around when you are Cuttin’ Grass.
Cuttin’ Grass also received some great reviews by beer writer and TV personality Mark Dredge writing for Delicious Magazine and was featured on YouTube ever popular Craft Beer Channel in a feature on What even is Italian Pilsner?