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Wednesday
Mar192014

MURRAY’S RUDEBOY PILSNER

Murray's Rudeboy Pilsner. Previously only available on tap, Murray’s pilsner is now available in bottles after an expansion of their Bob’s Farm brewery.

This is a pils based on a Czech style but with a new world twist. It’s no secret head brewer Shawn Sherlock is a fan of Kiwi hops. So along with the usual European malts, Motueka and Pacifica hops from New Zealand were thrown into the mix.

Pale yellow colour, moderate to high carbonation with a thin head. Strong grassy European lager aroma. It tastes like Heineken with extra grass thrown in with a more bitter finish.

If you like those grassy tasting pilsners that come in green bottles you might like it.

 

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