No canned on date. Served from 12oz can into a Samuel Adams Perfect Pint.
A: Odd light rust color with 1/2-finger of foamy off-white head with average retention and no lacing.
S: Burnt leaves and light cheesiness with a hint of crackery pils malt
T: Slight tannic, leafy, tobacco, beyond earthy hop notes with thankfully a bit of soft pils breadiness to offset. Bitterness is low-medium and there is not a lot of yeast character.
M: light bodied with a dry finish but a bit undercarbonated.
O: I am not a fan of aged hops used in high quantities I can safely say from this beer and Tiny Bubbles , both have a harsh leafy, tannic, tea-like, strongly earthy character that comes off sharp and harsh, less so in this beer but definitely there. Fonta Flora is 1 for 3 which is good in baseball but not so hot in craft beer.