In my opinion, Pilsners are the gold standard for international beer brewing, and Wasatch Brewery has just released a new brew called the Great Deceiver Imperial Pilsner which, they say, “now reigns supreme as a devilishly delicious and deceptively sessionable beer.”
According to the brewers, “Wasatch gave the Devil his due in this big, bold Imperial Pilsner that sits on a 7% ABV throne. German Noble Hops lend spicy and floral notes to a sweet, bready malt backbone. The brew has a finish so crisp and clean you’ll be hell-bent on reaching for another.”
They continue, “Great Deceiver is, of course, a nickname for the Devil, and the can design rings true to its moniker. Angelic colors of white and gold are punctuated with a wicked red.” Brand Director Caitie Gold says, “Be careful with this Pilsner, notice our Devil is wearing a halo – he’ll trick you into wanting more!”
“True to our tagline, ‘we drink our share and sell the rest,’ we selfishly brewed Great Deceiver because it is exactly what we want to reach for at the end of a shift,” says Jon Lee, Vice President of Brewery Operations. “The balance and drinkability are absolutely incredible. Malt, hops and alcohol have achieved the holy trinity in this devilish new brew.”
Great Deceiver is available in 6-packs of 12 oz. cans.
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Originally trained as an anthropologist, Ted Scheffler is a seasoned food, wine & travel writer based in Utah. He loves cooking, skiing, and spends an inordinate amount of time tending to his ever-growing herd of guitars and amplifiers.