Smooth, easy, pilsner.
Lot 9 is a very drinkable pilsner from Creemore. Yes, I’m drinking it from a Steam Whistle glass, just ignore that small detail. I cracked into this one after working under the sun in the garden for a bit, and by working I mean picking raspberries with my cat on a leash while my wife pulled the weeds. It was great.
It was warm outside, and the beer was cold, which is my preferred way to drink a pilsner. Anything else just doesn’t work right for me. I found this one very similar to Steam Whistle, though if it were cold winter night I’d reach for something a little more hearty. It’s clean, and clear, and really does seem to embody everything a beer should have.
Specs? It’s 4.7%, with the IBU’s at 25. Really, I’ve got nothing bad to say about this one. I did drink it from a can, so I’d love to try from a bottle, or on tap. Got more to it than the regular Creemore Lager, and I like it much more than Creemore’s Kellerbier or Urbock. Easily an 8 out of 10.