375ml can from the 2019 Carwyn Cellars Canvent Calendar.
Pours, yep, hazy—not turbid and cloudy like a full-blown NEIPA, with a loose-bubbled head of white, which settles out perhaps too quickly, leaving nothing on top after a very short period. Body is light and clean.
Nose is pleasant enough, with a light but rounded fruit character from the hops. Certainly there's a decent big tropical fruit character, sharpened by a more vegetative character that smells a bit like underripe papaya and carambola. There's a suggestion of a husky grain underneath everything too, which almost gives a slight savoury note. Interesting.
Taste is also largely what you expect, with a round fruit base from the hops and a solid if simple malt backing it. What then becomes noticeable are the characters which deviate from the norm. There is again a slight savoury, grainy note to it, and this interacts with the aromatic fruit notes to almost give a bite of ginger. Finish is dry, and ends with those husky grain notes.
Feel is light, and perhaps over sparkling at the end, which gives it a fizzy seltzer quality.
Overall, it's certainly pretty drinkable and refreshing. There are some pleasantly unusual notes to it, but overall it's not a groundbreaking beer. And for a beer in a pack that has had some absolute pearlers, this gets lost in the background noise.