What is an Italian Pilsner? That is the question. Well, it’s basically a dry-hopped German Pilsner with a little more wiggle room to play with other, slightly less traditional European hop varieties. Thus, a freedom of expression with style and hops, allowing us to follow our passions and intuitions and whims. So come along for the ride – there’s classic Saaz at the start, Saphir speeds it up, Hallertau Blanc for a twist, and traditional Tettnang to bring it all back. A few sips in, and it’s like you’re stealing time.