This pours a slightly hazy and cloudy straw yellow, with a small tight head, and a good bit of lacing.
This is described as a dry hopped pilsner on the menu, but it definitely feels like a kellerbier or a zwickel. It's got a killer grassy and spicy hop character, with some light grape and pear, and a bit of crackery malt.
The taste is pretty similar. It's definitely hoppier than a standard pilsner, and looks unfiltered, due to the slight haze on it. The hop character is very nice, spicy, slightly herbal, and very grassy, with pear skin and just a hint of grape sweetness. The malt character is light but very supportive.
This is light bodied, crisp and very clean, with a good level of carbonation.
Though this seems mis-labeled, it's still very tasty.