12oz bottle, thanks go out to Kevin for the chance to try this.
A mid-amber, cloudy pour with a thin head that produces some attractive if somewhat thin lace. The lace is a little watery, but is quite intricate.
Bready, malt based combo of nose and tastes lead one into a fairly authentic Vienna lager taste. Pretty light in the mouth which may seem like a good thing, but to be honest it feels a bit thin and watery. More bread and sweetness in the back end and finish. Carbonation is pretty lively and introduces a little prickle. Amongst it all is a touch of fruit, but not much.
OK, but heaps of better examples of the style out there, and as a result I’d pass.