Caldera Kettle Series Lawnmower Lager poured an extremely pale and crystal clear yellow in the glass; aggressively carbonated with a bold white head. In the glass, the lager had the distinct smell of cooked popcorn.
Upon drinking Caldera Lawnmower Lager, I was met with a highly carbonated front that was so strong I couldn't discern any distinct flavor. As the carbonation fizzed out, a surprisingly heavy wheat bread body surfaced with slowly faded into something slightly more toasty.
Advertised as a beer for people afraid of beer they can't see through, I suppose Caldera hit their mark. While Lawnmower Lager has more character than the typical, mass produced lager it seems to highlight the barley a but more than necessary and doesn't really reach beyond being an easy to drink, low ABV beer.