Narragansett Private Stock Imperial Bohemian Pilsner

Narragansett Private Stock Imperial Bohemian Pilsner

Tonight was golf league night, but unfortunately it was pouring rain with thunder and lightening. The round was called off after the second hole. I had a whacky round going already: +4 on the first hole, and birdied the second hole. Although I was VERY excited to play this week, the silver lining was that I got to drink a bunch of beer in the clubhouse AND we got a rain-check for the round.

Back at the homestead, I’m drinking a bottle of Narragansett Private Stock Imperial Bohemian Pilsner. Unless you’re a new reader (or you pay absolutely no attention to the words I write), you know I’m a HUUUUUUUUUUUUGE fan of ‘Gansett’s products. That said, I really was not a huge fan of the Imperial IPA which was first in this limited series.

The 8.6% imperial pilsner isn’t knocking my socks off either. Granted, it’s not a bad beer by any means. It’s heavily hopped, but also has a strong malty backbone. You initially get a blast of floral/citrus hops, followed by a brown-sugar maltiness. The beer finishes with a harsh bitterness. Mouthfeel is thick and syrupy.

I maintain that ‘Gansett’s best stuff is their lager, their spring bock, and their summer ale.

-Lost

Narragansett Private Stock Imperial Bohemian Pilsner

Author: Joshua Dion

I write about beer in an un-intimidating way, welcoming beer lovers of all experience levels.