Clear golden pour with good clarity whips up a persistent half inch head that retains. Good lacing.
Very bright and floral aromas of peach, citrus, mandarin, biscuit malts, spice, grain and subtle bubblegum. The mouth feel is soft and slightly dry with mild-medium carbonation.
Flavour profile initially offers up grain and hops with a soft presence of wheat malts. The mid-palate is a continuation of the fore flavour and finishes slightly dry with hints of stone fruit and grain. 5% ABV.
Well, it’s a very simple beer with no real exciting additions. Sessional, but the $8 price tag isn’t worth it. We’re sure it would be much cheaper from a bottle shop but all in all it’s a bit bland and boring. Probably won’t try again.