Served chilled from a 16 oz can and consumed straight from the can. Smell is metallic and of honey. It actually smells exactly like one of those Luden's Honey Lemon cough drops, which typically I would not look for in a beer. Carbonation is moderate to high with a medium body. The body is fuller than I originally expected, as there is a lingering syrup resemblance. Taste is sweet. Very sweet. Too sweet. The honey flavor seems fake, and again reminds me of a cough drop. I was somewhat under the weather when I tried this beer, but alas it did not make me feel any better. Aftertaste is somewhat metallic and leaves a weird honey lemon flavoring taste. I felt like I needed to rinse out my mouth after each sip.
Clearly not a fan of this one. I have been told time and time again that I review only good beers, and need to post about some of the sub-par ones from time to time. This was not a good one. Narragansett has been gaining in popularity these past few years, and did very well with their release of the Del's Shandy last year. I actually enjoy that, even though I feel like the lemon flavoring in that feels a bit fake and the aftertaste is quite astringent when slightly warmed. Sadly, Narragansett missed here.
$3/16 oz can