Poured into a shaker glass we see a hazy hay -like/light golden colour with a bubbly 10-15mm white head that retains really well. Lots of lacing on the glass. Plenty of CO2 here. Aromas of light caramel malt, bready dough yeasts, some passion fruit and pineapple. First sip yields flavours reminiscent of Stone & Wood’s Pacific ale. Soft malt, wheat, light caramels, subdued passionfruit and pineapple. It’s smooth on the palate and leaves some bitterness on the back-palate that lingers. Slightly drying. We note an IBU of 15 and thought that was quite low. It’s light in body and sitting at 4.2% Alc vol we see why. Carbonation is actually mild in the mouth when comparing to the pour. It all just glides effortlessly down the gullet so your ready for the next sip. We notice virtually no lacing down the sides of the glass. As we near the end we haven’t noticed any change in flavour compared to the start. We are a touch disappointed with the tropical hoppyness. If your going to call it a tropical pale ale, make it count. Im sure some more passionfruit/pineapple/lychee flavour could have been summonsed in the brewing process. You could easily smash a 6 pack of these on a warm day though. Meh.