Agree with the last several reviewers - not quite an authentic pilsner. Two years ago I spent a month drinking my way from Prague, across northern Austria, then southern Germany. None of the Bohemian / Bavarian pils I tried had nearly as much hop bite as SA Noble Pils. That said, it's still a fine beer that's quite enjoyable to drink.
And a note to those debating the authenticity of Hersbrucker as a true "noble hop": One of my beer geek sources tells me that Hersbrucker (both the Hallertauer and Hersbrucker regional varieties) were used extensively in place of Hallertauer in years when whole harvests of Hallertauer were wiped out by the verticillium fungus. It took twenty-some years for better, disease resistant strains of Hallertauer to be developed, and during that time, Hersbrucker was used in place of Hallertauer as necessary. Hersbrucker proponents feel that, (1) since Hersbruck is an old, traditional hop growing region, and (2) Hersbrucker filled in admirably when Hallertauer couldn't answer the bell, Hersbrucker has earned the distinction of being a "noble hop." Their point of view, not mine. Y'all can decide on your own.