Bellevue Brewing Releases Bohemian Pilsner


We’ve been having a great Summer here in the Northwest.  The long days and warmer temperatures have turned our taste buds on to the lighter, crisper beers of the season and it’s with this in mind that Bellevue Brewing Company (CBM Sponsor) has released their first lager ever, a Bohemian Pilsner.

Perfect for those long Summer evenings and weekend barbecues, Bellevue Brewing’s own John Robertson believes it to be one of the best representations of the style that he’s ever tasted.

Here is some more information about this beer from Bellevue Brewing Company:

Bohemian Pilsner  29 BU | 5.0% ABV  | 12.0 P

Malt: Weyermann® Pilz, Schill® Pilz, Weyermann® Carafoam, Gambrinus® Honey Malt

Hops: Czech Saaz

Yeast: WLP 833

Aroma: Bright, noble hop aroma together with wisps of lemon zest, subtle floral notes, and slightly sweet malt notes.

Flavor: Balanced, herbal hops and soft, sweet malt with subtle notes of cashew and water biscuit.

Notes: This is a new Flagship, year-round style from the Bellevue Brewing Company.  Available beginning July 10, 2015 in our Taproom!

We have all sampled it here in the brewhouse and even contemplated keeping it for ourselves but decided that it was too good not to share.  I am confident enough in this beer to state that it’s one of the best representations of the style that I’ve ever tasted.  A bold statement for sure…but it just so happens to be true.

You can find Bellevue Brewing’s Bohemian Pilsner on tap now in their taproom and at other local craft beer spots where you can find Bellevue Brewing Comapany beers on tap.

Drink responsibly and stay safe out there.

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