Beer Type: Maibock/Helles Bock - 6.90% ABVAppearance: 22 oz. brown bottle with a brown and red (kinda ugly when compared to the standard New Belgium) label. Beer poured a clear straw/yellow color with a nice beige head.Smell: Biscuity malt and a lot of floral hops come through first. Smells a bit funky which is not something you expect in a lager?First Drink: Hops in the front that quickly mellow out with malt and finishes with a bitter citrus.Mouthfeel: Plenty of carbonation on this which is actually quite nice. Feels a little light overall.Last Drink: Sweet malt and bitter citrus left at the end and not too much in between.Drinkability: Not sure what the story on this one is. If it's a new thing they are trying to do (something called Hop Kitchen) or just a one off beer, either way I guess this wouldn't be the first beer I released?Notes: A more bitter and sweet lager? A hoppy bock? Something in between? So far this is a one off brewing and limited edition. Not sure I would go for this again.Verdict: 3 out of 5. Got craft but maybe not enough for what I want.