The most prominent thing you notice about the beer is the round pale malt. Round is such a poor descriptor - code, really. It's just the flavour of sweet malt but we are so rarely presented with it in such a simple form: a light creamy graininess that displays then resolves it self for the most part. Think "wow" but in taste. The hopping is subdued Riesling metallic and the fruitiness of the malt is somewhere between pear and jicama. Soft water moreish with a little mustiness thrown in. The loose carbonation at the outset relaxes mid-mouth for a very watery finish where a hint of lavender pops up.
Lighter than its siblings at 6.5%, it has attracted strong BAer support.