It was - OK. May have been overly chilled to start, because I didn't catch any of the orange flavor. The head was thinner and less creamy than I had hoped (bubbles were pretty big compared to the homebrew I made), and the carbonation was pretty high, keeping its quaffability index on the low side (yo, patent on the "quaffability index" is pending - step off). Color was a hazy, orangey deep gold. Once it warmed a little, the orange started to come through, and it was very dry (something which is typical to beers with honey additions). The slight bitterness cut through any sweetness that might have come from the orange. Overall, a decent fruit beer. Just didn't live up to my (possibly inflated) expectations.
So while this is a pleasant beer with some interesting flavors, it doesn't really live up to the cream ale style's telltale characteristics. Would certainly drink it at a party or share with friends, but wouldn't go out of my way to find it.
Rating: 3 vats of sunscreen out of 5