Seven Brides Lil’s Pils Pilsner, a year-long offering from Seven Brides Brewing, poured an ever-so-slightly cloudy pale gold, with heavy carbonation feeding to a loose white head. The nose was extremely clean, with just the faintest hints of grass (although not at all skunky).
Seven Brides Lil's Pilsner opened bright and heavily carbonated, with a tart lemon middle that was offset with a touch of malt sweetness. Lil's Pils ended on a dry finish with a small amount of bitterness as it faded.
Seven Brides Lil's Pils is an almost good pilsner, in my opinion. The lemon flavor is unnaturally pronounced, giving a lemonade-like quality of the beer that made it seem off. Too bad, because there is a lot of things going on if one can get past the sweet-tart citrus.