The craft beer world has been changing constantly over the last decades. The search for new flavours and those of the past have pushed craft brewers to revisit traditional beer styles that have gone somewhat unchanged for ages. Now comes a pilsner that is actually quite traditional in its brewing, becoming more New World once bottled. Its aging in oak barrels is an American trend reminiscent of traditional conservation in wooden barrels. A generous dry hopping with three New Zealand hops has created this radically New World beer.