Classic European Pilsners originated from Pilsen, Czechoslovakia in 1842. Pilsners grew to become a very popular style across Central Europe. Pilsners are typically very light straw or golden in color and well hopped, (20-30 International Bitterness Units). Noble-type hop aroma and flavor are moderate and quite obvious. They are well attenuated, medium-bodied beers, but a malty residual sweetness can be perceived in aroma and flavor. The head should be dense and rich.
Trumer Pils is an excellent example of a traditional European Craft Pilsner of the highest quality. It has been brewed by Trumer Brauerei in Salzburg, Austria, a 400-year old brewery located in the scenic alpine country. Trumer Pils is the world's first International Craft Pilsner, as it is now brewed in two dedicated sister breweries on two sides of the globe; the original brewery in Austria, and at the second, newest Trumer Brauerei in Berkeley, California.
The Trumer Brauerei Berkeley is dedicated to brewing excellence and it has been engineered and built by a team consisting of Austrian, German and American Brewing specialists under the partnership and close supervision of Trumer Brauerei Salzburg. The team's sole purpose was to create a modern counterpart to the original brewery in Austria. In doing so, the Trumer Brauerei Berkeley can now give beer lovers in America the fresh true taste of a classic European Pilsner.
Trumer Brauerei Berkeley
1404 Fourth Street
Berkeley, California 94710