Pilsner: the most difficult beer to make

Do you know what brewers say is the most difficult beer to make? Hands down, pilsners require the most precise brewing techniques. Other styles can be more forgiving, but a decent pilsner cannot be thrown together by an amateur brewer.

The Göller Original Pilsner has won numerous golden awards from the German Agricultural Society (DLG).

Now I want to bring to your attention what people are saying about the Göller Original Pilsner. From the testimonies I hear, it is clear that this beer demonstrates the expertise of the Göller brothers who inherited a family brewing tradition dating back over 500 years.

"The attention to detail is clearly meticulous. Having this next to a host of American pilsners would separate those who don't want to fool around too much with an advanced mash schedule, water chemistry, and the freshest ingredients from those who dial in every minute detail." Nathan, Denver, CO "I recall one customer in particular. I was behind the bar and asked what he would like to drink. He said, 'The last time I was in here I had a German beer on draft. It was one of the best beers I've ever had in my life.' It was the Göller Pils!" Brett Fleming, Callahan's Pub & Grille, Enid, OK.

Whether sipped on its own or paired with a steak, the Göller Original easily wins the title of "the perfect pilsner." The IBU count comes in at a solid 29, hopped with Hallertauer Tradition and Mandarina Bavaria. Drinkers often describe it as hinting of fruit, pepper, and of course a full maltiness expected of Bavarian styles.

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