Many people think taste will be diminished or negatively impacted when an aluminum can encases their beer, yet actually, bottled beers run a greater risk of being influenced. Metallic notes can be an off flavor in beer, but metallurgy is so advanced today, no beer will absorb those flavors in modern cans. That must be why Ska continues to package its beer in aluminum. This particular brew starts out malty with just a hint of hoppiness in the aroma. From the first sip, you'll have a rich, filling experience largely dominated by the toasty malts inherent in this style. Even some intricate biscuit flavors show up in this moderately bitter brew. The color is a deep amber, and the beer holds a quality rocky head.