Golden, light amber pour that has exceptional clarity and looks like a tripel in the glass.
Not much sustained head, but some decent lacing.
There are some real earthy tones in the nose and in the taste. A real organic feel to the beer. The malts are bready with a little hop bitterness to add bite, freshness and crispness.
I like the balance that this beer produces, and it is refeshing and a bit different. At this ABV I’d suggest this has a lot of potential as a session beer. Nice, with much crossover potential but not worth anywhere near the hype that this often attracts.