This one pours a copper amber color with a slight head and decent retention. The aroma is very similar to corn and toasted malts with a light amount of sweetness. The taste is much of the same as the aroma. There is an upfront smell of toasted malts that leads to a light sweetness and a light amount of earthy hops. The hop presence fades very quickly. It’s light to medium bodied and has a slight watery and creamy texture. This beer is easy to drink, enjoyable and unique. Overall, it’s not over the top by any means, but in a good way. This is a must try!