While the weather gods are doing their level best to convince the people of the Mornington Peninsula otherwise, summertime is supposed to be on its way and so the Red Hill brewers are sticking to their guns to bring us their summer seasonal, the Bohemian Pilsner. Richer and creamier in the mouth than most pilsners, it promises to be yet another in a long line of winners from Red Hill. Lemony citrus notes and a light honey sweetness give way to a little spiciness on the nose in a beer that pours a hazy golden colour with a fluffy white head. Chew your way through sweet biscuity malts before arriving at a firm, lingering bitter finish. Then repeat as prescribed. One warning: at 5.9%, it's pretty big for a pilsner - not that you'd know it to taste - as Mrs Pint discovered to her cost when 2009's end of school year celebrations were cut unexpectedly short by last year's vintage!