Nice straw/yellow colour with a small white head. Light malty aroma. Not much hop aroma. On the palate, it’s a soft, smooth tasting Pilsner. Again, not much hop flavour, a little peppery but very subdued. Lightly bodied with a hint of malt sweetness. A great collab beer with the oldest continuous running brewery in the world and Newstead who have been a staple of the Brisbane craft scene for a few years now. It’s a nice take on a German Pils. I could see this been a popular beer at the taproom on a warm Queensland Friday arvo for work knock off drinks. Few schooners of this would be a good way to end the working week.