Beer of the Week: Rogue Good Chit Pilsner

Rogue Good Chit Pilsner

Rogue Good Chit Pilsner (6% alcohol): This Czech-style pilsner from Rogue Ales & Spirits is brewed with only five ingredients and has no chemicals, additives or preservatives! This brew has a bright, golden color along with a medium, bright white head that dissipates quickly. Good Chit Pilsner isn’t very aromatic, but it has balanced malt and hops essence. I also noticed subtle undertones of floral and citrus scents. As for flavor, this beer is crisp and clean. A bit of sweetness, malt and hops is also evident. It is not as bitter as traditional Czech pilsners, which makes this more of a summer beer and highly drinkable in my eyes. The fact that it used pure, simple ingredients and is Grow Your Own (GYO) certified is also a bonus. Overall, it is a decent summer pilsner. It’s worth a try, but not my go-to pilsner.

FUN FACT: “‘Chit’ refers to the start of the rootlets that emerge from the embryo of the kernel once steeping is complete and germination begins.”

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