Reformation Hunble Pils

Review Date 11/5/2019  By John Staradumsky

I brought home a growler from Reformation Brewery! They’re here in Canton, you see, so I didn’t have to go far. I saw they had Reformation Pumpkin Spice Porter on tap, so I headed down to get a fill. That, however, is not the beer I am here to tell you about today. Oh no. You can click the hyperlink to learn about that one.

While I was waiting for my fill, I enjoyed a pint of Humble Pils, and it was a very tasty beer indeed. As you can tell from the logo, this is a baseball themed beer meant to be enjoyed in the dog days of summer (or perhaps in the spring, if it is on tap then).

Reformation says:

Crisp, refreshing, golden German-style pilsner with a light hop character, low bitterness, and humbling drinkability.

Reformation Humble Pils has an alcohol content of 4.6% by volume. I paid $5.50 for a pint at the brewery.

My pint of Reformation Humble Pils arrived a bright golden color with a thick fluffy white head and oodles of crisp fresh malt in the nose. Taking a sip, the beer has a crunchy biscuity malt palate that I adored, then a grassy, bitter German hop finish.

A very nice example of the style, Humble Pils is sublime in its simplicity and the revelry of its basic ingredients. It’s yet another marvelous beer from Reformation, and one I hope they rotate in often.

And remember, try a new beer today, and drink outside the box.

*Pricing data accurate at time of review or latest update. For reference only, based on actual price paid by reviewer.