I recently had the opportunity to enjoy an Allgäuer Brauhaus Büble, a pleasant, golden German pilsner. It's made according to the Reinheitsgebot, also known as the German Beer Purity Law, which governed the ingredients that could be used in Bavarian beer during the 16th century. Actually, it was not repealed and replaced until the 20th century, though I suspect it didn't get followed very strongly by many breweries.
But back to the Büble: it poured nicely, a beautiful pale gold that always invokes images of crisp, delicious German pilsners. After all of the Märzen I'd been drinking lately, it was nice to have a beer that didn't focus entirely on being dark and malty. This one was fairly light and refreshing, with a slightly floral nose, a solid, bright flavor, and a crisp, neat finish. When approaching the world of German pilsners, this would be an excellent choice.