Dinkel Acker, Konig, Pilsner Urquell

DA's CD-Pils is one of my favorites - it has a wonderful hoppiness. Urquell has just become so-so for me and I haven't tried the Konig.
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pezoids
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Urquel by far.
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xenumax
I was wondering why you use one of my e-mail addresses when posting? This attracts a lot of spam and other things to my mailbox and it makes it look like you post as me.
Please change this.
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I would say out of the bottle, Dinkel Acker is the best of the three. From the tap though, from what is available in Chicago, a Konig poured slowly, you know a real 7 minute pour, is the best pilsner by far. Also of the three, having sampled them in or nearby their actual breweries in Germany and the Czech, I find Konig to be the best in their native countries. Urquell is not even the best pilsner in the Czech republic
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