Pours a slightly cloudy pale yellow, with a medium white head that fades away quickly.
First Sip: Bready, biscuity malts up front with a faint sweet malt lurking in there, which is almost hidden by lemon citrus flavours. Mild hops bitterness on the back of the tongue. Mouth-feel is a little watery with a very dry after-taste.
Even though it feels a little watery, it is really refreshing on a hot day. And it is a beer for a hot day. I could easily quaff a six pack today, if I had a six pack. It goes down easily and the dry finish makes this very more-ish. It's a good ale for a mild curry or smoked meats, and it goes very well with a mature cheddar.
Moa Blanc (Wheat lager)
Moa Brewing Company
Same again, sir? Yes!