This is the new orange label "95% malt" Olympia. I do not know for sure if this represents only a change in the packaging or is in fact a change in the recipe.
This beer pours honey golden in color with three-quarters inch of thick foamy head that leaves very light lacing down the glass. The aroma is fresh grain, a bit metallic, and a touch of zesty hops and lager funk. The flavor is more intense than expected in this "level" of beer. The taste is malt grain and the same slight touch of zesty hops and lager funk. There is no off-putting sweetness or green apple flavors common in this style. For a "cheap" American adjunct lager, this is pretty good.
2016 and they are back to the classic can, which I prefer: