Served in a shaker glass the translucent golden/amber pour produced a short white head that held quite well, eventually settling to a ring with reasonable lacing. Off the aroma we picked up a subtle foreign acidity. The main fragrances on offer were grains, caramelly/biscuity malts, toffee notes, marmalade and citrus. Surprisingly aromatic for a lager. We also detected a soft herbal presence in here too. Good depth. In the mouth a nice hoppy bitterness was evident while medium carbonation compliments a round mouth feel. Initially a mild bitterness mellows off in to a grainy mid-palate with hints of cereal and citrus showing up late. A refreshing herbal finish with a touch of citrus caps off a pretty impressive beer. The 5.2% ABV is slightly higher than most lagers but adds extra body to it’s already high drinkability. Big ups to Brooklyn brewery for this delicious take on a Vienna lager. We really enjoyed it.