Appearance: Pale gold with a foamy head.
Nose: Standard pilsner. Creamy malt, sweetness, coriander, hops.
On the palate: Light bodied, aggressive hops and bitterness.
Finish: Bitter. slightly sweet, then big hop notes.
Parting words: Pontius Road Pilsner is drinkable, but out of balance. The best pilsners are crisp and clean but also with enough bitterness and spice to make it interesting. This one is fairly crisp, but too heavily hopped for my taste. Not bad, but could be better. Mildly recommended.