The Brewscale Score
APPEARANCE - 7.3
AROMA - 6.5
TASTE - 6.2
10 is perfection, and is almost unattainable. Anything below a 6 is undrinkable.
I purchase different beers because I like trying different ones from different brewers. The one I had this time is Slimy Pebble Pils from North Country Brewing Company.
Slimy Pebble Pils has a small, fizzy head that is white in color. The head dissipates quickly and settles to a small layer on the brew. It has a gold body color, a slight hazy clarity and the carbonation is soft.
The aroma is that of biscuit, gains and hay and a perfume-like presence.
The taste has notes of cereal grains, hay, and a grassy hop flavor. It finishes with a honey-like sweetness from the malt that lingers a little too long. There isn’t a crispness that I was hoping for, more of a lemony finish. Something about this beer is off.
I was not a fan of Slimy Pebble Pils and I don’t think I would purchase it again. I would try it one more time to verify if I received a bad can, but I would wait for someone else to buy it for me.
ABV = 5.0%