Marketed to me as a Red Ale, this had session written all over it. Dry malt tastes with a short bitter finish that did not linger. Tasty and surprisingly refreshing I thought.
Aroma was subdued malt with not much else present. Nice head, but his faded to nothing pretty quickly. No head and lace after a few minutes.
I didn’t get the ABV but found it easy to sink a few with not much effect or effort, so I suspect it was not especially high.
Enjoyable if simple beer, nothing to write home about, but still a decent enough effort.