Drinking Enter Night from Stone, brewed in their Berlin brewery. 5.7% abv. According to the monopoly website it is made from pilsner malt and Emerald, Sterling and Mandarina Bavaria hops. Colorwise it is pale golden. Aromawise it is hop aromatic, fresh and clean smelling. The taste is hop forward as can be expected and I'm reminded of Lagunitas New Dogtown, i.e a dry and hoppy American pale ale but the hops are a bit more subdued. The hops smell and taste American even if the Mandarina Bavaria are from Germany. It is quite resinous overall. The body is also similar to New Dogtown. I imagine with an abv of 5.7% the OG is around 12-12.5% plato, similar to the 12.5% of New Dogtown. The body seems well balanced and it has a nice mouthfeel I think, but it is definitely dry and with a dry and clean aftertaste. The bitterness is solid and refreshing, and does linger. I think it's really tasty and well made as far as a modern American hop forward lager beer goes, but at the same time it's impossible to not think of a (very clean tasting) American pale ale when drinking it. Since it is quite close in flavor to my all time favorite American pale ale, New Dogtown, this would be a repeat buy for me if it was on the shelf (it's only sold as a limited release), but it would perform the role of a pseudo APA, and a tasty one at that.