Hailing from the style’s homeland, this brew’s a lighter take than most U.S. examples. It pours copper and wears a thin, tan head that emits effusive sweetness; slightly husky, dry grains; and a touch of red apple from the yeast. Caramelized sweetness envelops the tongue with pockets of mild buttery -- almost butterscotch -- flavors. The swallow hits a grainy note, like barley cereal, before a soft floral touch and light bitterness brush against the malt flavors. Sweetness kneads through the finish; this low-alcohol, low-carbonation brew is highly drinkable, especially for malt-lovers.