Like others have noted, a deep dark brown pour, but with surprising clarity for Dunkelweizen – must be filtered, because this is really clear.
Head and lace are good, in keeping with the beers that Twains regularly produces.
Bubblegum and banana notes meet the nose and the tastes reflect pretty much exactly what I would expect in the style. Nose and tastes match well. Drinks a little easier and cleaner than some of its German forefathers.
An interesting beer that solves the problem of crappy looking Dunkelweizens! For that, I’ll give it a “thumbs-up”. Outside of that still a very solid brew.