Appearance: On the darker side for a brown ale, with ruby highlights and an almost creamy (but not particularly thick) tan head.
Aroma: Sweet and malty with little hint of hops.
Mouthfeel: Fairly viscous and chewy, with medium carbonation and bitterness.
Taste: While the hops are absent from the aroma (at least to this nose), they are somewhat noticeable in the taste with a nice hint of bitterness backing the nice malt character.
Drinkability: This is pretty drinkable, clean and fairly well balanced.