Ice, a Czech-style Pilsener by Modern Times Beer

Ice is a Czech-style Pilsner brewed by Modern Times Beer, and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the lager was served in a pilsner glass from a can.

Appearance

Pours a crystal-clear gold with a thick, fizzy white head that offers modest retention. Chunky lace coats the sides of the glass. Bubbles rise in the glass initially; all but disappear shortly thereafter.

Aroma

Aroma softly suggests noble hops and honey.

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Flavor

The balanced palate begins with corn and cracker malt, transitions to grassy Saaz hops and finishes with mildly bitter with lemon and floral notes.

Mouthfeel

Mouthfeel has an oily, medium body with less-than-moderate carbonation.

Overall

When the temperature is high, this Ice cold beer really slakes your thirst. It’s a light, refreshing brew—comparable to an American Pale Lager—and a nice representation of the style.

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