It’s also targeted at the low-car, low-alcohol market, without expressly being called a "light" beer… it’s only 99 calories (per 12 ounces) and 4.3% alcohol. Reviewed from the 24-ounce can.
Smell: A bit stale, but mostly clean and neutral. Malted grains, a tad sweet.
Taste: Some sweet corn and grains; toasted cereal. The cereal character is what’s there, what’s defining the beer; there’s no hops—but no off-flavors like plain-vanilla Budweiser either.
Mouthfeel: Very crisp and clean—light beer with a "snap." No aftertaste or residue.
The verdict: It’s okay… better than plain Budweiser and (definitely) Bud Light, but it still has a remarkable neutrality. It is very clean, as advertised on the can… this might be the cleanest finish of the bunch, but since it’s so neutral, it’s not much more than an "eh."