Victory Prima Pils found it’s way into my fridge during one of my recent excursions to the local booze-emporium. The bright green label drew me in like a tractor beam.
This pilsner look as you might expect it to; it is light translucent yellow in color. An inch or so of thin head, which dissipates quickly with limited lacing.
The beer is thin and light, but if you think light & thin means a lack of flavor, you’re mistaken. The Victory Prima Pils has significant bitter hopsage, as well as some citrus notes (smells like orange, tastes like grapefruit). On a related note, I’ve been picking up grapefruit a lot lately. I’m thinking that my pallet is telling me grapefruit whenever I get a hoppy beer that has citrus (e.g. my brain says bitter + citrus = grapefruit).
My 12oz bottle doesn’t state the ABV, however a quick google returns 5.3%. Overall, I like the Pils. It’s nice to have a beer that’s on the lighter side but still has character!