Pours clear into a pint glass. Foam is thick, about half the glass high, and off-white. Retention is done well with the foam becoming thicker, frothier as it recedes. Lacing is there but nothing to write home about.
Aroma definitely lets you know that it is a honey beer. There is also yeast, lemon, fruit (soft), little spice, and wheat. Honey real steals the show and stands out.
Taste is sweet and then some more sweet. A clean, lemony fresh hop is there for a touch of balance, even some spice into the end that has a bit of bitter finish alongside the honey. At times I got a yeast/wheat hit late.
Carbonation is up there in the stratosphere while the body is light. Good mix for the brew as the carbonation tries to lend some legs.
Maybe a little too sweet for me to throw back more than a couple. That said, this is a fine beer that is refreshing, especially this time of year. If you have the means pick some up and realize the style you are drinking and appreciate it for what it is: a solid beer. Enjoy!