1 Pint, 6 floz, “Grolsch” type flip top bottle. In fact, this French lager is not what I call a bitter at all. It’s simply a slightly above average European lager to me. Very reminiscent of Kronenbourg 1664 or Grolsch itself (which isn’t a bad thing) but far too similar to those (and countless others) to stand out.
A very light, large airy head with some lacing. A pale orange color with a distinct “bitterness” for a lager. Like many of these type of drinkable French brews this one also exhibits a fairly metallic bitter aftertaste that was a little harsh for my liking.
Not bad for its type, but not much to report either.