It pours a pale gold color with a rather wimpy, big-bubbled head that left minimal lacing. It has a very yeasty, clean smell to it with hints of light fruit and hops. Nothing about its appearance belies that this is a wheat ale. In fact, until looking the beer up later, I didn't realize that wheat was used in its production at all. I found the flavor to be unremarkable. It's dry and clean, with hop notes about as weak as the maltiness. There's a pleasant effervescence to it and a bit of tartness at the back of the palate, but nothing really jumped out at me.
I'd recommend this beer for hot summer days. Its light body and low alcohol means that one could quaff quite a bit of it while relaxing by the river with a fishing pole, which is perhaps entirely its purpose. Still, in these chilly fall months, I'd rather go for something with a bit more heat and a bit more color. I'm afraid I can only give this beer three stars.