Pours with a light chill haze but otherwise clear. Frothy, one-inch of white foam coats the top. Retention is quite good. Minimal lacing.
Aroma is a blend of malt, hop and juice. The malt is clean, sweet and bread crust. Hops are floral, slight spice. Bread is the strongest of the scents, especially as it warms.
Taste is full of bread, bread crust, and even biscuit. Floral hops come through from the middle to the finish. Bread and floral hops linger. Surprisingly no bitterness.
Light body. Crisp. Light body, maybe higher end, even reaching medium, but lighter. Not bitter. Dries the palate.
If the bottle didn't say there was grapefruit (I assume juice) in the beer, I wouldn't know it. Heck, I didn't detect it. Too much bread in this beer and not enough hops to make me overly happy. The malt, as it warms, it quite sweet, not caramel but clean sweetness. I would have it again, cautiously. Enjoy!