Very clear, red-copper brown colored pour with a nice head that disappears quickly. I didn’t get much of the nuttiness or the honey malt that is mentioned on the bottle.
Aroma is malty with what seems to be a real alcoholic tinge. The alcohol is not carried through to the taste in any significant way though.
It certainly seems to me to be a very light example of a Brown Ale, perhaps I’m used to thicker “English” Brown Ales. Quite watery in the mouth, but this makes it refreshing and drinkable. There’s a lot of sweetness here too, kind of sugary has opposed to fruity.
Still, enjoyable, local performer that I would drink again.