The beer pours a light amber in color. There is over an inch of thick, foamy, slightly ragged off-white head that leaves very thick and sticky lacing on the glass. The aroma is bread dough, caramel, with a bit of fruit. The taste follows the aromas to a point, but then there is a bit of dish water tartness, followed by a massive bitterness that is incongruous to the fruity sweetness of the malt. If this was a dry, grassy, straw type of pils, the high bitterness would work better. The beer drinks nicely carbonated, with a refreshing feel on the throat. This is an amber lager that tries to be a pils through bitterness alone, and overall it doesn’t work for me.