It poured a deep copper colour with good carbonation and an off-white head. The aroma was promising: lots of classic citrus notes, a little toasted malt and a touch of honey, perhaps. The flavour profile follows on from this with a good balance of sweet malts, strong citrus overtones and a slight perfumed, floral muskiness. Cascade & Mt Hood hops do their job to deliver a palate cleansing bitterness in the final swallow.
Tyson says: Good crisp, fresh-tasting, flavours make this very drinkable. Book ‘em, Danno.