Cisk Pilsner

Czech Pilsener Simonds Farsons Cisk Plc.


Cisk Pilsner, a Czech-style Pilsener by Simonds Farsons Cisk Plc.

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Cisk Pilsner is a Czech-style Pilsener brewed by Simonds Farsons Cisk Plc., and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the lager was served in a tumbler from a bottle.


The lager pours a crystal-clear straw and is topped by a finger-thick cap of fizzy white froth that bubbles away rapidly. A continuous stream of fine bubbles rises in the glass.


The aroma is predominantly sweet with a scent of grain and honey; a hint of noble hops counters in the background.


The palate begins with a taste of soft doughy bread and rises gently to a very mild bite of peppery noble hops. A hint of caramel and bread rounds out the finish.


Its feel is relatively smooth with a medium body and a little less-than-moderate carbonation. Finishes somewhat dryly.


The Cisk Pilsner has an understated but well-rounded palate that leans malty with a pleasant hop finish. Those who prefer more bite in a pilsener should look elsewhere. Its feel could use a little more carbonation but otherwise, this is a light and refreshing brew. It wouldn’t be a go-to pilsener anywhere else, but on Malta, it’s not a bad option.

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