A vigorous pour yields a crystal clear liquid in which over an inch of large bubbled foam. It begins to run way quickly, slightly frothing at the top as it does. Sporadic splotches of lacing.
Aroma of spice and grassy hops. Minimal cereal grain takes up the malt end while corn creeps in to say hello.
Taste has the spice hops show up. Grass hops are there but the spice really tries to beat back the sweetness of the cereal grain and corn. The grain and corn is early, lasting. Minimal to now bitterness. The corn and cereal linger in the mouth.
Light body, possibly big end of light body. In spite of carbonation bubbles rising in the drink, the carbonation is low. Dries the palate after being juicy up front. Not crisp like I thought it might.
It fits the style well. The outlier is the sweetness that lingers in the form of corn in the finish. I don't drink many adjunct lagers, this is possibly why. I would have this beer again but the price point makes it tough to do so. Enjoy!