It’s 330ml and 4.6%. It poured a pale gold with reasonable carbonation and a medium off-white head. There wasn’t much on the nose: some sweet malt and a little buttery tone. This followed through in the flavour; with a little grain thrown in. The body was light-medium and served chilled, I’m guessing it would be quite crisp. The finish is short with a slight sweet malt aftertaste.
There are no complex flavours to be analysed here and it’s possibly not going to be the first beer on your shopping list. However, it stood up surprisingly well to being warmed up and, served chilled, it probably fills its niche as a superior rival to mainstream lager.