Pours a hazy orange color. A modest head quickly dissipates and displays a thin ring of lacing.
The nose is very citrusy with notes of orange, grapefruit and lemon. Additionally, there are aromas of cracker malt, pine and hints of peach and pineapple.
A crisp cracker malt base supports a hops burst of citrusy and fruity flavors. Pithy notes of grapefruit, orange, lemon and lime as well as hints of pine and peach. Bitterness is slightly peppery, gentle but balancing.
Light to medium bodied with a semi crisp mouthfeel. The finish is dry and the carbonation is moderate.
Simply put, an easy drinking pale ale that nicely showcases Citra hops. I would have again.
Can from the brewery in Brooklyn. Pours a very hazy pale orange with a finger of rocky white head that sticks around, nice lacing, smell is candied orange flesh, orange range peel, orange zest, hints of melon, yellow cake, and brioche, taste is orange juice from concentrate, orange soda, orange zest, orange slice, hints of honeydew, yellow cake, and orange frosting, feel is medium bodied, medium carbonation and carbonic bite, mild hop warming. A seriously Citra orange glut in a nice low ABV package, also great straight from the can.