On the pour a very thin but fine 1 fingerhead forms then recedes over a minute to a ring around the glass and thin covering. The body is a hazy yellowish amber with light carbonation. Some lacing is left on the glass.
The aroma on this one is quite light but what does carry through is quite clean with a sweet caramel malt and some nice bittering noble hops and some slightly fruity american hops. This beer is very clean with only a couple lager fermentation notes. Sweet but balanced.
Flavor follows the smell with a nice dose of bitterness that transitions into a sweet malty finish with just a little bit of the hops sticking around. There are some esters present despite the lager character also being present but the esters are similar to their other beers as well. They melt with the malts and hops quite nicely however.
Feel is decently hearty and malty with a mouth coating quality while still being light enough to be an end of the night beer or something to cool down with. Still the abv is high making it a bit of a sipper by the end of it.
Overall this is a decent lager with some distinct yeast notes that show up throughout the brewery's lineup. Nothing off though, it's just not the cleanest lager around, albeit it is a good amber beer that I enjoyed.