A- slightly hazy light gold color with a huge, fluffy, white head that seemingly lasts forever.
S- grain, hay, banana, pepper, sweet bready malt, light farmhouse "funk"
T- sweeter, fruitier and more intense than the nose implies. Some alcohol and juicy fruit esters. A light spicy/herbal character comes through in the middle which lends a strangely rustic feel and has me sipping more to search for it, not sure what it is out of yeast derivatives, malt (rye maybe?), the European hops or some combination of the above. As it warms the alcohol presence is surprisingly apparent, though not necessarily hot. Bitterness in finish is moderate to light with a dry, fruity, slightly spicy finish.
M- thin but not watery with high but not unbearable or gushing carbonation.