Profiled by Ken Carman for professorgoodales.net
Nose: agave sweet with some wheat in the background: bready but not toasted in any way.
A bit hazy, 2srm, light gold or urine colored. Poor head retention for a wheat that fades fast into just rim of glass with tiny bubbles. Very white: like fresh fallen snow.
Mouthfeel: wheat proteins provide a fullness: surprisingly solid, bready fullness: sweet wheat bready. Low abv sensed. The main start here, both in MF and taste is the wheat, agave second that backs it up with a nice hint of sweetness. This sweetness increases as it warms and starts to dominate.
Taste: more of the same with great balance between the agave sweet and the bready wheat. This is what some call “lawnmower,” and if I liked the term it would be “craft lawnmower.” I prefer “light quaff.” Tis simple, but it is exactly what it’s supposed to be.
This one is tough for me, for it really isnâ€™t outstanding enough to get a 4, but spot on enough to not be given a 3. Iâ€™d give it a 3.6, but since not possible: 4. Donâ€™t expect outstanding, just no problems noticed and exactly what you’re probably looking for as per the name. Lacks complexity, but sometimes I think less beer geeky quaffers are looking for simplicity.
39: RB, 56 style, BA: 77.