This beer is according to the brewery name not only brewed by woman (2 sisters from Amsterdam), but also with sea weed harvested from the Dutch North Sea. Furthermore, the revenue goes to an organisation dedicated to the preservation of this biosphere. But how does the drinker perceive it?
In the clear white bottle the beer looks very pale and there is a whitish sediment at the bottom. Same in the glass of course but the sediment becomes a haze appropriate for what I interpret as a wheat ale.
Challenge with such beers that contain unusual ingredients is always: Can you spot it (the sea weed)?
There is not an expressive aroma. I get some sweet bisquits and if I want to a certain salinity.
Upfront it tastes like a lite lager, but at the end it gets tangy, weirdly bitter and also a bit salty. Actually the salt and bitterness bite each other but as this flavors are subtle it is not off-putting to me
It drinks easy and it is thin as a summer beer with appropriate well integrated carbonation may be compareable to Corona, but additionally there is a lingering chalk like sensation on the tongue.
This is an easy drinking low abv summer beer with a bold twist. Well done!