A German version of Heineken but brewed to Germany's purity laws?
Maybe it was the mood I was in but I did not find this to be a stand-out example of a German beer.
Dinkels Cd-Pils poured a clear light yellow with a good, well laced white head.
I would characterize the aroma as earthy and dominated by the malts.
This was a light body beer with flavors that I describe as the Heineken bready-yeast "Skunk"!
Once I let the beer breath a little, the aroma became lighter. The flavor was yeasty with a mild bitter finish.
Since I only had one Dinkel I would not pass a final judgment.
So I would try it again but this is just not on the top of my list.
In general my tastes just do not gravitate toward traditional German lagers/pilsners so this is just not my style of beer to start with. However, this was an easy to drink beer and that I can appreciate.