Squatters Beers are part of the Utah Brewers Cooperative out of Salt Lake City, Utah. Beers in Utah used to be limited to 4.0% ABV, and this beer, like several of Squatters older styles, keeps that alcohol level.
The beer pours a pure honey golden yellow in color. There is about an inch of thick, foamy, white head. The aroma is light golden grain, floral, with a tangy yeastiness. The taste follows the aromas, light grain, lightly toasted, light fruit/floral and a touch grassy. Have you gathered, this is a very light beer in all respects? Still, much more flavorful than say, Bud Light. The first couple times I tried this, probably about three years ago, it struck me as similar in taste (not color) to Grain Belt Nordeast. Now I am not as sure of that comparison. Have I changed, or the beer?