Pours clear with an ample, two inch, thick, off-white foam. As it recedes quite nicely, the foam becomes much frothier and thick. Lacing is there and spotty.
Aroma is a little soft. Sweet caramel malt, maybe even a bit of toffee and bread. A bit of floral hops.
Taste follows the aroma. Caramel, sweet, and some bread malt. The hops doesn't seem to be there but there is a small hit of bitter.
Body is light end of medium with a zesty, crisp carbonation. Seems a little watered down almost.
Definitely not a beer to have after you have switched for the season to big beers. Nonetheless it is an easy drinking, crisp beer that would be better suited for the cool months. I would have it again but there are a lot of beers I would want in front of it. Enjoy!