A-Golden, hazy yellow-gold. Normal, tiny bubble, white foam head quickly disapates.
S-Grassy, grainy, lemony.
T-Refreshing, biscuity, heavy carbonation, and a tad of lemony tartness.
D-I think it's very drinkable, just not enough personality to make it memorable. There's not a thing wrong with the brew, it's very light and refreshing. No style consideration to meet, as it's described as a English Pale Wheat Ale, which isn't a known style.
Reviewed: Thursday, September 09, 2010 at 21:08:50
Poured cloudy with some nice floaties. About an inch of wispy, white foam covers the liquid. Retention is below par while the lacing is spotty upon tipping the glass for a taste.
Aroma is slight. Lemon, grass, and even hay are there. I even think there might be some metalic scents but that could be from the water I rinsed my glass with.
Taste is a little muted up front with most everything starting in the middle. Flavors are similar to the aroma: lemon, grass, biscuit, and hay.
A nice prickly carbonation sits on top of light body beer.
Okay, not a bad beer, definitely an easy drinker, that would really be smooth in the midwest heat and humidity. What isn't it: a good beer just missing the mark, making it difficult to throw back and session. Enjoy!
Reviewed: Thursday, September 09, 2010 at 21:08:49