German pils using New Zealand hops...got to think of a clever Middle Earth name for it, like Underpils....
I made a Kiwi Pils last year with Nelson Sauvin.
What was your hopping schedule like? I imagine that it would be easy to overshoot with Nelson and turn a Pils into an APA. Not that this is a bad thing - the winy notes from the Pils malt would pair very nicely with Nelson, I'd imagine.
On reflection Kiwi "Pils" was a not an accurate descriptor. This beer was too strong and bitter for that. For a 13 gallon batch I did 1 oz. additions FW, 30, 15,10,5 and a 3oz hop stand at 165* for 10 minutes. (12.4 Alpha %) BeerSmith estimated the IBU at 50.4. With the clean lager fermentation using WY2278 it didn't come across at all like an APA but it had huge white wine notes that I attribute to the Nelson Sauvin, I don't really get that from Pils malt. It was a good beer, not great IMO. Interestingly, we served some at our O-fest party and typical white wine drinkers loved the stuff.