Tsukiyono Yuhi Pilsner was a present from a friend during a recent visit he made to Gunma, a place that isn’t well-known for craft beer rather the “tourist” beers that plagued the Japanese craft beer industry towards the end of the nineties. It’s a Czech-style pilsner brewed using imported Czech malts and mountain fresh water.
Tsukiyono Yuhi Pilsner Aroma and Taste
Um, Tsukiyono Yuhi Pilsner really didn’t look like a pilsner at all. It poured out a deep brown colour that looked like it had gone off and been left on the shelf of some roadside souvenir stand in the sun. There was so little life to it that there was not even a semblance of head to it besides some random bubbles on the side of the glass that may or may not have been from the beer. My mum always told me that if I couldn’t say anything nice about someone, then I should keep quiet. I’m so grateful now that it didn’t apply to inanimate objects too, as Tsukiyono Yuhi Pilsner stank of sourness as if it had gone off.
And the taste wasn’t better either. Tsukiyono Yuhi Pilsner had clearly either gone off or been stored wrong yet as I sat and looked at the expiry date, which was not due to go off for another two months, the sourness kept hitting me and leaving me gagging.
Tsukiyono Yuhi Pilsner One Line Review
If this was bad batch, then Tsukiyono Yuhi Pilsner needs some serious QC. If this is a normal batch, then Tsukiyono Yuhi Pilsner needs to be avoided.