Extremely light yellow with some haze and a lot of fine carbonation. At the bottom of the glass it is so light it almost looks watered down – literally. Good head and some nice lacing.
Bread like aroma, with a little yeast character.
Tastes are wheat based and almost Hefe like. In fact if I was drinking this blind, the combination of the appearance, the head, the lace and taste would have me thinking it was a Hefe rather than a Pils.
Perhaps a little less traditional Pils being unfiltered, but drinkable still the same. This beer has a creamy mouthfeel and is less sharp and clean than a regular Pils (and obviously lacks the clarity) but still works well. I’m not sure if that is associated with the organic nature of the beer, but it is unusual.