OK…maybe that is a bit harsh. But this light bodied gooseberry & wheat beer has an odd odor and unpleasant lingering bitterness. I have not tasted a gooseberry before and am uncertain how it could be affecting the flavor. The off flavor could be the result of the added bogmyrtle, a well known natural insect repellant in Scotland, or whatever hop variety used.
If you don’t immediately throw the bottle against a wall, or out the car window, and take the time to read the back label it sounds like the label author was also a bit concerned about the beer. “… Bringing together these various ingredients in a beer the brewer attempts to offer a drink which is refreshing, full of flavour and a pleasure to consume. …” Well…the brewer failed the attempt.