Sauna's are hot. Usually afterwards, you're going to need something refreshing and cold, which isn't something that honey is usually known for.
But when it's mixed into a pilsner, you create a light, subtly sweet, refreshing beer that is perfect for after a sauna. Or after anything, actually.
CR/AK reckon this one tastes of honey, bread and simplicity, A beautiful description which is in many ways typically Italian: do simple things well and life will be great.
For a beer that waxes lyrical about the honey, the initial taste is very hop-forward and there isn't much to speak of in terms of honey. It's crisp and light with a subtle sweetness, but comparing it to the honey bomb that was Seven Bro7ers' Honeycomb it's almost invisible.
The balance is excellent and it's crisp and refreshing, with an aftertaste that's delicately sweet but not in a way that lets you know it's due to the honey. There's a little bitterness but it's a reasonable flavour, one that doesn't score marks for honey content but it's decent by itself.
This can raised some questions from my Wife when I put it in the fridge. Lots of funny comments were made, but it's traditional to be naked in a sauna and this women clearly is a traditionalist, at least from the waist up.
The pastel yellow can works well with the fuller colour of the yellow woman, who's clearly immersed in some pretty serious heat if all the water droplets are any indication.
That coupled with the striking pink tones makes it a very eye-catching can indeed, with the name of the beer, brewery and style subtly placed at the bottom.
If you have a sauna and fancy testing this one out for yourself - or even if you don't have a sauna (I mean, come on!) and want to try it anyway, you can get it from Honest Brew.
Member's can grab a can for £3.99, while non-members will have to pay slightly more at £4.29. But if you have a sauna in your house, then you probably won't mind stumping up an extra 30p.