Pours a slightly cloudy golden colour with a moderate amount of carbonation visible in the glass. The head is small and fades away to a thick lacing.
First Sip: Mild malts, and rather a lot of fruit with a creamy feel. Very mild hops which lingers for quite some time. Mouth-feel is medium to a little thin. A lot of carbonation tingle on the tongue.
This is a rather nice brew - not heavy but not too light. It's refreshing for a very hot day. On the other hand, it's not one to rave about. I bought my six-pack from the cheap bin at Dan Murphy's. It's highly drinkable but not so good that I'd pay full price for it.
4 Pines Brewing Company
Same again, sir? Yes.