Beer Review: THREE FLOYDS EVIL POWER PILS

Beer Review: THREE FLOYDS EVIL POWER PILS

Crafted with the precision of a Heavy Metal Warriors Lair of The Minotaur collaboration, Three Floyds Brewing presents their Evil Power, a robust European-style Pilsner that made its mark at DLD2011 with a 7.2% alcohol by volume.

Appearance

In the glass, Evil Power reveals itself with an amber-orange hue crowned by a modest white head, forming a delicate ring.

Aroma

The fragrance exudes a distinct bouquet of German hops, setting the stage for what’s to come.

Taste

Embarking on the tasting journey, spicy hops and a foundation of pale malt dominate the palate. Notably absent is any unwelcome corniness, presenting a fairly clean profile with the alcohol masterfully concealed.

Mouthfeel

The mouthfeel experience is marked by heightened carbonation, enhancing the spiciness of the hops, creating a tingling sensation on the tongue.

Overall

Having ventured into the realm of Evil Power, I can acknowledge its solid execution. While not an elixir I’d actively pursue or invest $10.00 for a bomber, it stands as a commendable creation. The marriage of flavors and meticulous brewing technique make it an experience worth exploring, even if not destined to become a regular in my beer repertoire.