Stroh’s Bohemian-Style Pilsner

Image by Gordon O'Keefe

Image by Gordon O’Keefe

I may have a reputation as beer snob, but that is not the case.  I’m just a regular guy from the crummy south suburbs and I am proud to present to you:  Stroh’s Bohemian-style Pilsner – the review.  The re-introduced Stroh’s, brewed by The Stroh Brewing Company (a.k.a. Brew Detroit), Detroit, MI.  It’s got that typical sweet bouquet of an American adjunct lager.  Light to medium gold, Stroh’s has a thin white head and some OK lacing.  It tastes sweet initially, but it doesn’t take long for the bitterness makes its presence known.  Not overpowering, but definitely there.  The bouquet has a touch of rust.  I don’t remember exactly how the original, or more accurately, the 1980s version of Stroh’s tasted, but I’d say this is probably richer and more flavorful than the original.  It’s reminds me of the reformulated Schlitz.  Tastier than Old Style or Miller High Life.  I like it.

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