Guess what? This Amber lager is…well….amber in color. The appearance is average with some head and lacing, but only after a quite aggressive pour.
This stuff is very drinkable, with the only slight let down being a average mouthfeel – a little too thin for my liking.
It is a very sweet beer on my palate. There is not a huge amount of maltiness either, which keeps the sweetness in check. I guess that it is also some hops coming through that helps check the sweetness, but I didn’t feel the hop quality was either large or pronounced.
Definitely thirst quenching and drinkable, a very light version of the style. Not bad at all.