500 mL bottle as depicted in the BA database. $3.99 from Green’s on Buford, Atlanta, GA, USA.
Pour is an impressive, bright golden color with some lovely clarity, good carbonation, a nice, tight white head with some good retention and lace. Attractive no doubt with some great depth of orange color in the golden hue. Nice.
The nose offers a little breadiness amongst the sweet malts and a hint of toasty grains.
Tastes give more of the toasty grain character and a honey elements that is more on the clover and fragrant side of things rather than intensely sweet. A beer that is warm in character and gives subtle hints and notes that will escape many. The bread element never leaves, and this beer is one that is probably best suited to cooler months. Surprisingly hearty, filling and satisfying for a beer with a light touch
Drinkable? Certainly, but I’d need to be in the mood for this. If I were, this is a beer that I could drink a lot of despite its non-session beer ABV.