5L can/keg, 5.3% ABV, and deemed herein a "Dunkles Weissbier".
This beer pours a hazy, dark bronzed amber hue, with three fingers of dense, caked pale beige head, which leaves a few streaky swaths of lace around the glass as it evenly bleeds away.
It smells of sweet grainy wheat malt, some banana chip fruitiness, sugary dry bubblegum, a bit of earthy yeast, and leafy, weedy hops. The taste is thin, wheaty grain, a bit of roasted caramel, weakened banana and generic clove spice, some grossly sugar-free candy notes, a niggling, indistinct yeastiness, and earthy noble hops.
The bubbles are rather sedate, the body medium-light in weight, and a bit clammy in its overall smoothness. It finishes just a tad off-dry, the wheat malt kind of indeterminate in its bearing, but luckily only lacking in the face of the stale earthy, weedy hoppiness offset.
A so-so dunkle, of the wheat variant, not exactly lacking, but nothing all that interesting by the same measure. Kind of weak, and unforgivably watery at times, so I suppose this mini-keg is meant for those times when consideration goes out the window - good thing pizza and Christmas tree procurement are on the forefront this evening, eh, mein freund?