Brewed with four of Rogue’s own hop varieties, this is a light and crisp easy drinking Pale Ale.
Pouring a rich gold, the smell is summery hedgerow greenery.
There’s a good candy cane and burned toffee malt, biscuits and bread dough making up the body of the beer, and over that the hops provide a sharp nettle sting and lemon rind, orange juice and melon kick that’s backed up with a light pine resin glue that binds everything together.
Not Rogue’s best by a long chalk, but nonetheless a very pleasant little beer.
Source: Beers Of Europe