The beer pours a crystal clear light amber and copper. There is a half inch of white to off-white foam that fizzes off relatively quickly. The aroma is toasted malt, a touch of toffee and sweet potato. The taste follows the aromas, a nice toasted maltiness, with a light touch of fruit. There is a mostly dry finish that has a light to moderate grassy bitterness. The beer drinks very easy with a refreshingly stinging, but not overdone, carbonation.
I had not had this for quite some time, here is what I thought back in 2011: This beer pours light brown-copper-amber in color with a half inch of just off-white head. The aroma is slightly sweet caramel malt with a tart, grassy, and somewhat fruity aromatic note. The taste is smooth but crisp, both slightly sweet and slightly tart at the same time, caramel with a dash of fruity balsamic vinegar. This is like a light version of a beer I remember from Scotland called Tartan Special. This is an interesting beer, and one of the more flavorful lights you will find.