I don't think so. I'll pay attention to it later when I'm having one.
Ok I have had a few of these since last week. Its certainly a pleasant, easy drinking beer. I didn't think the carbonation was considerably different than what you might expect from most American ales. It is fruitier than I recalled. More hoppy too. Not hoppy, hoppy, but more so than I would have guessed before paying more attention to it this time. To my tastes it is a yeast and hop driven beer. Malt character is low. Basemalt character is very low, enough so that I could not begin to guess if it was made with pils or 2-row pale or what. Color is a slightly darker richer yellow than simply a ~1.045 beer that is basement alone, me thinks. I can't tell if the fruitiness is hop or yeast driven so I'll guess yeast since there is suspicion of Kolsch yeast at work here. Some light hoppy floral/spice in the finish. Spitballing I might start with a recipe that looks something like this for 6 gallons post boil. Somebody tell me where I am off.
IBU 18-20 (max.)
15-20% Wheat malt
6-8oz of something like Carahell or other very light crystal
Mash to finish ~1.007-10
Bittering hop of your choice, maybe something noble/American noble derivative
1/2oz. of American noble of choice or a blend @15 (crystal/sterling/liberty etc)
1/2oz.of the same thing again @5