Love the Bottled Portsmouth Pilsner!.
The Portsmouth Brewing Company in Portsmouth, Ohio, is proud to announce their new line of handmade, craftbrewed Bottled Beer, with the debut of the famous Portsmouth Pilsner.
Whether you are tasting it for the first time, or falling in love all over again, Portsmouth Pilsner satisfies with the crisp and refreshing flavor of the Noble Hop, Czech Saaz, perfectly balanced with the pleasant aftertaste of domestic 2-row malt.
The PBC brews with only the finest all natural ingredients: filtered water, grain, hops and yeast, with no added chemicals or preservatives.
Ohio's oldest operating brewery, founded in 1843, the Portsmouth Brewing Company is hometown proud and owned and operated by Americans.
Bottled Portsmouth Pilsner can be found at fine local restaurants and bars, and will soon be distributed in 6-packs. Cases, 6-packs and single bottles are now available at the PBC, so take one home today!
The PBC hopes to expand their bottling line to include the classic Red Bird Ale, the light-bodied brew, Crystal Gold Lager, and the mythic Vulcan Dark Lager along with seasonal brews. So, if you love Red Bird Ale, drink your bottled Portsmouth Pilsner because all of your support will go into the next offering of bottled beer.
Now on tap at the PBC is Portsmouth Pilsner, Red Bird Ale, Vulcan Dark Lager, American Pale Ale, Babe's Brown Porter and Belgian Orange Tripel. (As of 10 Dec. 2011)
Come In and have a Beer on me. Don’t take BMW_girl’s review seriously. She probably just turned the legal drinking age and has no class or any refined experience that comes with age. She is way off on the pizza and obviously hasn’t’ developed a taste for micro beers yet. I bet she still gets free and loose on two wine coolers and a drag off a light cigarette. This place is a nice hang out when you don’t want to be inundated with your usual night life meat market hopped up on self ego type of people. You can sit around and swill on tasty draft beer, down some mighty strong poor’s of Kentucky whisky and carry on a nice conversation with the locals who frequent the place. As far as the brewery being tattered and worn down, what would you expect from an historical building that still caters to the artwork of brewing and serving the golden nectar for over a century. This place is perfect for the town of Portsmouth; it is a destination to visit when in the area.
Lousy Experience. Stopped in the second of August 2008. Food was lousy, service was worse. Waitress was more interested in playing an electronic game at the bar - she even forbid a customer from playing because she still had credit! $52.80 for a Domino's style pizza and two beers, forget it! Beer was okay, but not worth the experience.
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