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  • n. Plural form of pilsener.

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Examples

  • We liked the pilseners we tried, pale and refreshing in the unseasonable heat we were greeted with upon our arrival.

    Rebecca Kosick: An American Vegetarian in Germany

  • Also, for anyone who has ever spent extended periods of time drinking nothing but watery pilseners, let it be known that La Paz has its very own microbrewery that produces STOUT beer.

    Bolivian Homecoming « Wanderings

  • Similar to the facts that American Pilsners are much different than the original all malt Czech pilseners or Northern German Pils; or the "Wiener" beers that all the old Wisconsin breweries released that were not identical to the original Vienna style.

    The Old Is New Again - Leinie's 1888 Bock

  • Like Beck's but not Heineken (these are considered pilseners).

    Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post

  • I think the bitterness throws people off of Steam Whistle, and many other pilseners for that matter.

    blogTO

  • In honor of Lost's 100th episode, airing tonight ( "The Variable"), the Toronto Star pads its numbers to reach ranks America's best pilseners, with the Victory Prima Pils and Pennsylvania Brewing's Kaiser Pils topping the list.

    A List Of Things Thrown Five Minutes Ago

  • I'm explaining the difference between lagers and pilseners, and my hands are grasping furtively at nothing under the table.

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  • Get the inside stories on Czech pilseners, German lagers, Belgian wheat beers and Trappist brews, classic British ales, Irish stouts, and American microbrews.

    Answerbag: Latest Questions in Question Categories

  • I know porter and IPA and lagers and pilseners, and I damn sure know the difference between those and the likes of Bud and Miller and Pabst (although there’s a special place in my heart for Lucky Lager — anyone remember the puzzles under the caps?)

    Matthew Yglesias » The Wine Track

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