Bright and clear lighter dairy egg yellowed body. Medium sized cap of starchy white foam sits atop and stays with a good length before fading to an always present thick skim. Long and thick strings of lace stick about the glass.
Bold aroma of starchy malts that encompasses both a bready sweetness as well as a dry bread crust. Nice heavy notes to Pils hopping with some Saaz, but in a duller, mellower sensability that grabs a bit of grass and hay.
Taste is a mellow display of dullish grassy stuff with a good amount of sweet tender breadyness filling in spaces everywhere else. Warming front and middle with a slight dulled fruityness like that of spiked fruity pebbles cereal soaked in a Wheatwine. Quite beefy and malty. Lots of warmth to fill the gullet and back of the throat as it sits like a loaf of bread being cooked from the inside out.
Big, bold, and beefy body. Quite full and warm with a quenchable ease of smoothness and dulled sweetness thats creamy and thick, yet balanced just enough for a full flavored, and long lasting warmth of malty goodness.
A very solid Impy Pils by Odell. Balanced in a malty sweet warmth and goodness and somehow still maintainable to drink down with a decent ease. Well, to a point anyways as that warmth really sinks in.
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