Appearance: pored a clear, bright, bronze-plated body topped by an inch of white foam.
Smell: Hoppy at first with some pine notes coming though. pretty sweet smell
Taste: sweet, malt forward with a pine taste. As it warms, a very faint basic breadiness develops in the taste and aroma. Boldly bitter, finishes pretty sweet as it warms. Still, it does manage to finish both dry and bitterness. Lemony taste lingers into the aftertaste.
Mouthfeel: Medium-plus body. Medium-light carbonation.
Drinkability: Pretty good but not on a IPA kick right now so I would pass on this over other styles for the time being.
Served in a Tulip glasses at 49Degrees