Reviewers: Eric Ducote (BR Beer Scene), Jay Ducote (Bite And Booze), and Jeremy Spikes (Whiskeybomb.com).
Appearance: "Amber color, small head with no retention," is what I wrote down and there wasn't much else to say here.
Aroma: Straightforward with a single malt note, this one scored in the middle of the field for the aroma, not bad but nothing special either.
Taste: "Caramel, malts of biscuit," was Jay's comment on the taste, and it was also described as "clean and crisp but boring."
Mouthfeel: It's crisp, it's clean, but no real substance here... all mid-range scores.
Overall: It's a gateway beer, and I think it does a good job of being a gateway beer and bringing more people into the world of craft beer. It's inoffensive, no bold flavors or crazy experimentation, but it's a lot better than the BMC products of the world. If the options are Abita Amber, Bud Light, Bud, and Michelob Ultra, give me an Abita Amber.