Simplistic pilsner-styled blonde ale with pearly head, thinly clouded body, scant sourdough yeast frontage, and slim citrus/ green apple souring lacks prevalent flavor. Second sip reveals wet grass, barnyard, horsehide, and raw wheat infiltration overhauling benign phenol tenacity. In slim black canned version, cloying cheap whiskey malting lowers white breaded appeal. Still, lemony hop-spiced fizz, maize-dried core, and light watery finish bests Coors, Miller, and other macrobrew duds.

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