"Colonial Keutebier is brewed with both pale and dark wheat malts with lesser amounts of pale and specialty barley malts. Noble hops linked with the region of origin are used, as well as a modern wheat beer yeast strain. The beer looks like a slightly too-dark hefeweizen; hazy orange to tan with a sizable off-white head and complex aromas of spice, fruit and bready malt. Upfront malt sweetness on the palate is followed by banana, toast, faint tartness and moderate hop bitterness. At a not inconsiderable 5.6% ABV it is disarmingly drinkable, despite great complexity."