This Pilsner is a session-strength 4.9% alcohol by volume, and despite the link I gave you above it’s really the Shelton Brothers import version that I had. (The bottles are different and the source website calls it "Kulmbacher Edelherb".)
Appearance: Very clear golden yellow, with a crisp white head and bubbles rising slowly a là champagne.
Smell: Clean and grainy with a hard water note… a nice lightly spicy noble hob—pretty typical Pilsner nose.
Taste: Crisp and biting with a bitter edge and a mineral-y, almost sulfury base. Sharp steel cut hops and clean, pleasant grainy malt. Dry.
Mouthfeel: LIght but firm and substantial. Has an edge—a bite to it.
Overall: A good Pilsner with (thankfully) none of the "European lager skunk" that I’ve come to fear from some of these…