Pours a clear, deep amber coloration with lots of tiny particulates suspended in the glass and a medium, fluffy head. Smells of light grainy malt and floral, stone fruit/citrus hops, with notes of apricot and tangerine. Taste is a good balance of light grainy malt and floral, fruity hops, with stone fruit and citrus notes of apricot and tangerine, as well as perhaps just a hint of gooseberry. Finishes with a light/medium bitterness and some apricot and tangerine lingering in the aftertaste. Smooth mouthfeel with a light body and medium carbonation. To be honest, I haven't always been a huge fan of Insel-Brauerei's beers in the past, which is why this one came as a pretty positive surprise to me. It looks good in the glass, with a pleasant aroma and a good hop profile for a non-alcoholic beer that lacks any overly vegetal or soapy notes and feels rather fruity instead, with a certain zesty tang that lends a spritzy and refreshing character to this. Body and mouthfeel are pretty decent for the style as well. Overall, this makes for an enjoyable and refreshing non-alcoholic beer that indeed makes for a great summer ale, although it almost reminds me more of a Fassbrause.