Not bad. Straddles an interesting divide between wheat and fruit beer. This is strictly a hot weather beer. It is amazingly drinkable – as long as you have a thirst. Without a thirst it’s a pretty bland and non-descript.
Cloudy, chill-hazed pour, with a butterscotch/orange color. Decent head and some lacing. Aroma has the big lemon grass hit and this doesn’t let up much. It’s pretty floral. I’d imagine it could put some people off.
Mild acidity and a very clean taste. Mouthfeel is light, but it matches the tastes.
Not a beer that you would want in any other condition other than highly chilled, and not a beer that you would want to be drinking outside of the context of a really hot day. However, if you appreciate it for what it is, and don’t expect too much you may enjoy it. If you are looking for anything other than a beer to chug on a sweltering day I suspect that you may be disappointed.