Pours hazy gold with a small head.
Nose shows fruity hops, with pear, apple and lychee notes along with caramel and wheat underneath.
More light fruit as flavours, very similar to the aroma. Some clean malt underneath, not much wheat shows behind the hops though.
Body is light, suit the beer well.
500 ML poured into a pint glass
Classified it as a pale wheat as thought closer to the US style and most wheat ales on here are classified as Pale Wheat's
A-- Poured a hazy golden straw gold color. Short lived bright white head that quickly faded to film. Not much head retention to this really. One or two spots of lacing but otherwise clean. Visible carbonation.
S-- Spicy citrus aroma. Lots of peach, soft pine/ grapefruit, and a little bit of a bread background. Get some notes of wood.
T-- Oily taste and follows the flavors in the nose. Peach, pine, grapefruit, lemon, spices. Get a lot more peach in the taste.
M-- High carbonation and light bodied. A little thin here and there but otherwise in pretty good balance and only has one or two portions that are watery. Dry spicy peach and floral finish.
O-- Good quencher on a warm day. A couple of flaws but a pretty decent beer. Would purchase again if it made it to Sydney.