Robeer (allanmckay at xtra) on 2010-06-18 01:28:22 wrote:
Of course it easily makes my top 200.In it's style,a style no one can match,
Oskar (oersa at hotmail.com) on 2006-11-02 07:21:05 wrote:
Easly the best Pilsner around bar none. I find that the bottledpilsner is often
stale but the canned is always good malty and hoppy. i still haven't been able
to find it on tap yet in canada. I woulddearly love to taste the draught
version. Any one who does not likethis beer does not like real beer.
Steve B. (biermeistersb at earthlink.net) on 2006-07-23 08:40:12 wrote:
In the mid 1980's, I lived in NY,NY. In the upper most reaches ofManhattan
Island was a massive beer and soda distributor that stockedpallet upon pallet of
fresh Pilsener Urquell. It came in 4 packs andhad real cork in the bottle caps.
This was the most delicious beer Iever had and unfortunately today's variety
does not taste anythingclose to the older cork capped variety. The taste of the
beer today isjust average and I don't buy it. I continue to try pilsener beers
andcompare them to that heavenly hopped 1980's variety and cannot findanything
to compare. May go out to Pilsen to try it and hopefully thatvariety will be the
beer I remembered and surely miss. Anyone outthere remember this incredible
Laszlo () on 2006-05-28 11:48:26 wrote:
This is one of the classic beers in the world....
El Niche (eniche at hotmail.com) on 2006-02-16 10:15:42 wrote:
Pilsner Urquell, To bitter for my taste,but nevertheless,anexceptional beer.The
Spaniard are coming out with a beer called (De Spagnia) a pilsnertype beer this
one is also an incredible beer.
Papo el Boricua (papaob at hotmail.com) on 2006-01-05 11:33:50 wrote:
P,Urquellis is an excellent beer.My question to you is as follow howit is
possible that a beer with such bad ingredients like Presidenet,and Corona sales
more than Pilsener Urquell in the U.S.Perhaps we don't know shit about good
Brian Gabriel (glaysbai at comcast.net) on 2005-12-28 09:24:05 wrote:
Still, despite the German efficiency experts, one of the best Pilsnersout there.
BUT, the Poles and the Russians have some very fineexamples, too. If only they'd
left this beer to the Czechs, and usedbrown glass, my mind boggles at the
thought of what this beer wouldtaste like.
Sk (scblade2005 at yahoo.com) on 2005-10-30 03:34:07 wrote:
Absolute perfection! It is everything I wanted in a beer. I've triedmany, and
hated most. When I finally got my hands on this, poured intomy beer glass, and
tasted it, I knew it was "my beer". The best,simply the best. It's bitter in all
the right ways, and has a pleasantaftertaste. Wonderful!
Mr. Beatnik () on 2005-09-20 10:21:39 wrote:
One of the most radically enhanced freakouts you can throttle yourgray matter
with. On my top 10 list. This puts the ordinary AmericanPilsners to shame.
matthew (www.toui at yahoo.com) on 2005-09-04 04:00:23 wrote:
Cleary the best beer in the world.I can't drink anything else.
eric (eric.donovan at gmail.com) on 2005-02-13 09:07:33 wrote:
One of the top pilsners, one of the top beers, I polished off asix-pack just
last week, actually, and now here it is again. cheers
Seppo N. () on 2004-12-23 11:03:05 wrote:
Well, I don't like the taste of hops - I don't know, maybe I'm not a real beer
drinker, but I have difficultiesdrinking even one bottle of this stuff.
Bob Johnson (johnsonbob at yahoo.com) on 2004-11-11 02:52:22 wrote:
Without a doubt my favoite beer. Most Americans will not appreciatethis
classic. During prohibition, HL.Menken made a highly publicizedjourney to the
brewrey. His comment upon arrival... "I now stand atthe threshold of
civilization." I know what he meant.
the human cannonballs ski team (riverpig at webtv.net) on 2003-10-20 05:11:14 wrote:
The finest beer obtainable in Canada. Perfect after a day of rippingup the ski
hill. Delicious and refreshing, with such a clean finish!Those who dislike the
skunkiness don't like hops and deserve their BudLight or whatever bog swill they
waste their lives with. The greenbottles are far classier than brown.
Todd,Canadian guy. (beerme at yahoo.ca) on 2003-07-24 11:16:42 wrote:
It is simply the classic standard.The best Pilsner(Pils,Pilsener)inthe world.HAs
anyone ever questioned the green bottle.....clear,andgreen glass ages the
beer..very bad.Otherwise unmatched in it'staste.the first,the best.
Bob Andrews (andrewsr3 at core.com) on 2003-07-10 11:25:15 wrote:
I am really angry that Pilsner Urquell bought and then quit producingPurkmistr
dark lager, the best tasting beer I have ever had theprivilege of drinking. I
hope Pilsner Urquell has good buisness senseto bring it back on the market, and
until they do I will boycottPilsner Urquell beer. I miss drinking Purkmistr.
Arni Thor Jonsson (suri at sagafilm.is) on 2003-04-28 09:04:33 wrote:
Problably the best beer in the world.
Tomas (hafanhafanek at centrum.cz) on 2003-03-28 08:59:10 wrote:
I'm from Pilsen. Our beer is the best!!!
Roger Pulham (rpulham at yahoo.com) on 2003-01-15 09:12:40 wrote:
To Gerry from Belgium,Of course you think it is skunk. It is not being compared
to Duvel orMaredsous, etc.You have to be open-minded enough to appreciate ALL
different stylesof beers. I guess you have to appreciate hops, because Urquell
Roger Pulham (rpulham at yahoo.com) on 2003-01-15 09:03:36 wrote:
Excellent! If someone is opposed to the "skunky" aroma -all I have tosay is get
past it. It is the PILSNER beer. And it does not matterwhat my beer tastes are
like. Regarding THAT style, Pilsner Urquellis IT... end.
Jerry (ronkoteus at suomi24.fi) on 2002-12-05 12:10:05 wrote:
I had this beer on my vacation in Prague, and I have to admit itwasn*t bitter
enough, medium pills, good to get waisted with twelvepacks. Flavour is better in
Peter () on 2002-09-25 07:10:11 wrote:
Urquel!It´s not just a beer,it is HEAVEN!
bill (bmused at aol.com) on 2001-07-13 12:55:56 wrote:
It's unfortunate that they bottle it in green bottles because every bottle I've
ever tasted has been "skunked". However, a glass I had on tap at a Canadian pub
Joel () on 2001-02-14 07:32:46 wrote:
I love Urquell, but give me Budvar any day.
Tibor (tibor_r at hotmail.com) on 2000-12-26 05:15:05 wrote:
About the Urquell:The KING OF BEERS, AND THE BEER OF KINGS!!!....bY FAR MY
FAVORITE BEER!!!SMOOTH LIKE A BABY'S BUTT!!!I must admit, this beer beats even
the German beers!!!A real CLASSIC!!
Mark (mmeikle at gio.com.au) on 2000-11-28 05:29:20 wrote:
introduced in Denmark over a plate of pasta - what a wonderful introduction - a
relationship, albeit an expensive one, that continues today backhere in
David (David at hotmail.com) on 2000-11-07 12:43:43 wrote:
The finest Beer around the world. There is nothing better on thisplanet
Gerry, Belgium () on 2000-07-05 12:40:27 wrote:
Green bottle = skunk piss.No matter what you read about that beer or what
Michael Jackson saysabout it, this is skunk beer.
James, America () on 2000-06-28 10:14:44 wrote:
To the above John !You can't even compare this awesome jewel of a beer to our
fuckingamerican cat piss!!!Stick to coke or other bullshit softdrinks. This beer
is for realpeople who know what they are talking about not for pussies like
you.LONG LIVE PILSNER !!!!!!!!
gregUSA () on 2000-05-07 05:10:34 wrote:
BEST green bottle beer I have ever had.sorryheineken-becks-gosser-rolling rock,
you guys got beat this time
AVS (alex.vansteenbergen at student.kuleuven.ac.be) on 2000-02-25 12:32:18 wrote:
Best lager o' the world, without doubt!
Cherokee Cain (cherokeesan at hotmail.com) on 1999-04-28 06:17:04 wrote:
This is a fine beer. I like it when I'm eating. I think itsa little too
expensive for all it is though.
Ray Cassidy (ACIDRAYY at hotmail.com) on 1999-04-11 07:00:55 wrote:
The extreme opposite of Pabst Blue Ribbon! This beer isfantastic. It's
really good in a bottle. I gave it a nine. Try itwith onion rings and enjoy!
Danie Hruby (daniel_hruby at hotmail.com) on 1998-12-04 04:47:11 wrote:
This is not only bier, this is a medicine!Skål, grabbar!Daniel, Sweden
pilsner fun () on 1998-09-23 08:42:44 wrote:
Yess!Really on eof the best and you can F*** the rest!
Bas (brand at bier.lim) on 1998-08-27 01:49:34 wrote:
A marvelous pilsener!!!Had a good time in Prague and even a better with
Urquell.Bas, The Netherlands
Jere T. (jtoppine at orion.pspt.fi) on 1998-08-20 03:10:31 wrote:
Erich Storm (Estorm4520 at aol.com) on 1998-07-16 06:16:49 wrote:
Agree this may be the best! I've had lots on tap and in bottles in USand think
bottled is FAR superior. Ditto Whitbread re ales as long asI'm on it. Yo!
David (holda.pf at allianz.cz) on 1998-06-18 09:51:36 wrote:
Best of the best
Joe in Michigan (j2evan at earthlink.net) on 1998-01-31 07:52:59 wrote:
The best. I agree with President Havel says, it's anatioanal treasure.Joe in
quim (quim17 at caixamanresa.com) on 1997-11-08 03:19:41 wrote:
the sencond best thing you can do after ... !!!! Barcelona.
Dmitry Samoilov (samojlov at aha.ru) on 1997-11-01 09:44:00 wrote:
The best Czech beer.The only standart for pilsner beers.Moscow.
Jerry Dohnal (jerryd at wr.com.au) on 1997-10-17 02:53:17 wrote:
I went on a pub crawl of Pilsen (Plzen) in 1986: it is one experienceeveryone
should try. Once you've tasted the original Pilsner in thecity that started it
all, you'll be hard pressed to ever drink anotherpilsner again.
sheldon (sheldon at mpx.com.au) on 1997-06-04 03:19:58 wrote:
I savour this stuff... The aroma of that beer under yournose just before it
lolls onto your tongue is divine. Myfavourite-est pils ever! sheldon
Antti Mölsä (am at alha.pp.sci.fi) on 1997-05-20 12:46:17 wrote:
Loads of hops. The bitter taste just fonders on your tongueuntil you slowly
bob eastman (pscyco at aol.com) on 1997-04-16 08:15:07 wrote:
Best pilsner out there. If you're lucky, you're local Benigans willhave it in
bottle. Can't say enough about the beer Bud wisshes itcould be!
Jussi (Jussi at kameleontti.dna.fi) on 1997-04-12 08:55:36 wrote:
Original and only!
Jed Swank (preswork at gte.net) on 1997-03-26 07:52:47 wrote:
Oystein (Rolfsen) on 1997-02-15 03:05:46 wrote:
Urquell tasted so good on the brewerie in Pilzen, I cant think of anybetter beer
all around the world!German beerlover!
Scott (somegraphx at netnow.net) on 1997-02-15 01:36:08 wrote:
If you want the Pils of the gods, this is the stuff. I arrived at ahomebrewer's
party just minutes after the savages killed a 1/2-keg ofthe stuff.(sniff).
Al Feyerabend (dugas at cajun.net) on 1996-01-01 12:00:00 wrote:
Easily my favorite pilsner -- the hops practicallyattack you as you open the
moRTal/SMA (somewhere in sweden!!) on 1996-01-01 12:00:00 wrote:
A real classic!!Grade: 3/5
Patrick Gougoux (Patrick.Gougoux at hec.ca) on 1996-01-01 12:00:00 wrote:
Probably the best Pills around the world !!!!! Smells fantastic !!!! Great
smoothy taste !!!!!