They cut back on ABV, because it's kegged after primary fermentation. Whereas the red gets bottles with more yeast (and more sugars I think) and then is cellared.
Overall I found it to be an easy mild golden.
Nothing special stood out and I doubt I'll drink much more of it, but it was good to try and we won a beer sign and a pair of glasses just for showing up.
If it "releases" in your area (I think we might have been last, since it started releasing last October) see if there's any local pubs having a to-do. THere were lots of free beer, food, and door prizes.