Tasted Tuesday 2 September 2009. 330ml bottle, 4.7% Alc/Vol
Unfortunately there is not much to say about this beer. Yes it is intended purely to be an easy drinking, light bodied, hot climate beer. However it borders on the flavourless side. In fact it nearly falls of the fence into blandness. This is the style of beer the large commercial brewers specialise in. While I might have been a bit hard on the Mountain Goat Steam Ale it looks all class next to this.
Pale yellow in colour with little head to speak of. It has straw grass and sweaty vegetal aromas. The palate is light with sweet vegetal malt character, subtle bitterness and reasonable crisp carbonation. Bland and boring, but it is what it is I suppose. Brewed in Byron Bay.