Oregon Pub Crawl 2016 — photo 39 of 112: A 20 oz (British pint) glass of pFriem Family Brewers’ award-winning Pilsner which I enjoyed at the Goose Hollow Inn, located on the corner of SW Jefferson Street and 19th Avenue, across the street from the Goose Hollow / Southwest Jefferson Street MAX Station, in the Goose Hollow neighborhood next to Downtown Portland, Oregon. According to the brewer:
“The story of pilsner starts in 19th century Bohemia when a Bavarian monk smuggled a special yeast to a brewmaster in Pilsen. The story of pFriem Pilsner starts in the Pacific Northwest where it acquires the aroma of fresh grass and flowers and a touch of honey. While there are no monks involved in this pilsner, there is still a crisp and spicy finish.” Measurements: 4.9% ABV • 38 IBUMy notes from that day read: “A really good pilsner ... tasty and not watery ... I would get it again!” November 2016. Camera used: Olympus OM-D E-M5 with Panasonic Lumix 12-35mm f/2.8 zoom lens.
For further details about the story behind this photo, see the related article Discovering Corned Beef and Reubens.