355ml can from School of Animals, Kuala Lumpur. Poured a hazy golden light orange colour with a short-lived, frothy white head. The aroma is grainy malt, orange citrus. The flavour is moderate bitter and sweet, with a light, fresh, crisp, mineral, juicy citrus, light hop bitter palate. Medium to light bodied with average carbonation. Somewhat light and lacking body, but tasty and refreshing.
Can thanks to Danlo: Poured a juice color orange with a bubble off white head. Aroma is huge citrus, oranges, grapefruit. Taste is super juicy, blood orange smash, citrus hops, sticky thru to the finish.
355ml can from Dan Murphy, Wolli Creek. Hazy orange gold colour, white foam head and aroma of tropical fruity, mango, juicy orange. Taste is malt caramel, grain, rye with orange citrus, pine and hoppy bitterness. Medium bodied, soft carbonation, dry tangy bitter finish. Nicely drinkable.
355ml can. Pours hazy orange with a big fluffy head of large bubbles. Orange juice, pepper, peach, syrup, grass, apricot. Good body. Real nice.
Can. Opaque brownish orange with a white head. Aroma is earthy with spiced bread, oranges, Asian fruit market (funky tropical fruit, herbs). Creamy texture, lowish carbonation. The orange is more prominent in the taste, the earthiness less. Dainton's rye obsession is thoroughly vindicated here - the balance of fruit, bread and spice works without much bitterness. Interesting, good.