Victory - How to Slow-Pour Prima Pils (Video)


From Victory:

Have you ever wanted to wait just a little bit longer to drink your freshly poured Prima PIls? What if we told you that Pils Perfection is just seven extra minutes away? Behold: the Prima Pils Slow Pour!

The rich, dense head of Pilsner beer contains thousands of packets of hop aroma. When you preform a slow–pour, not only do you knock a little bit of the carbonation out of suspension (creating a smoother, slightly less bitter taste), but you also create a rocky head that protects the subtle hop-forward aroma throughout the duration of the drink.

Step 1: Pour Prima Pils into a pilsner glass or flute creating as much foam as possible.
Step 2: After 3 minutes or so, when the initial foam has decreased by about half, vigorously pour in more Prima Pils so that the foam reaches out of the top of the glass.
Step 3: Finally, after 5-7 minutes total, top off the glass so that the dense, rocky mountainous head of foam caps the glass, and Taste Victory!

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