Appearance: clean clear coppers – polished and pretty. Bready copper-hued head leaves a bubbly collar with a broken puddle in the middle.
Nose: crunchy caramelized apples and melba toast. Mandarin orange peel and candied orange wedges. Hint of herbal hops in the back.
Palate: clean. Apples, lemon, and melba crunch. Caramel is there but faint. Lemon and hop bitterness lingers atop tongue. Dry then sweet along the edges. A bit more caramelization with some melba for crunch and good measure.
Final Thoughts: beer number two in a flight of four, an average Märzen but nothing really to write home about.
(an original written work by Kristyn Lier. plagiarism is not tolerated)