A paler, honey-amber colour than the lager. It's crystal clear, with a small amount of carbonation in the glass. There is a minimal head which is gone in no time.
In the smell is some light wheat / bread, and the bright, noble hops.
This tastes like a light version of the lager. It's less fruity, sweet, and bready. It's cleaner and brighter, in a sense, similar to Sam Adams' Noble Pils. There is some light grass / spice at the end.
The feel is clean, crisp... and the finish is dry. The body's light, and the bitterness seems less than the lager.
Overall, a solid and enjoyable pilsner. Very respectable.