Aroma: Floral and citrus notes perfume from the surface. Overall the beer has a lighter scent to it, but enough to let you know that it is still a pale judging from the lighter sweetness up front and the summer refreshing scent of light citrus aromatics.
Taste: A neutral sweetness carries throughout the beer, amplifying the other flavors that enrich this beers complexity. Much of the flavor lies right as the smooth frothy carbonation erupts in the second half of the taste, and in the back of the mouth. As this occurs, the sweetness is slightly altered to give of a honey like character with slight hints of cloves and outdoorsy florality. To follow, and more so into the finish, the floral character emerges as a dominant flavor, alongside whelming hints of orange peel. Finishing is bitter and refreshing with a short lived aftertaste, though phantom flavors of orange may still remain. Some faint grain tannic flavor begins to arise in the aftertaste as the beer warms.
Overall Impression: The name fits the beer just right, and they knew it when they brewed it. Light bodied and refreshing,boasting a lower sessionable alcohol and still a very ample amount of flavor, this beer is one to come back to at the end of any hard days work. Quite clean tasting. Some have said its just a light lager to compete with the macros, well perhaps, but it still has the great characteristics of a craft beer, who cares what size you are when it is made. Way to go NB.