It's a beautiful Summer night here in Milwaukee, and I'm enjoying it with a cold beer on the porch. Tonight's selection is another variety from the good people at New Glarus. It has a pale yellow color that is very translucent. I'd say that it is almost transparent. There is a fair amount of head for a beer of this variety. The aroma is dominated by malts that smell a lot like bread. The flavor is also dominated by the malts. The beer finishes fairly dry with a small bit of hops detectable at the end. I keep thinking of bread when I drink this. It's got a fairly light body, so it's very drinkable. I'm not overly impressed by it, but I do recognize what New Glarus was trying to do with this beer. They made a very basic, crisp light beer that would appeal to a wide audience for Summer drinking. It doesn't have the complex flavors of their Staghorn Oktoberfest or their Tail Wagger Barley Wine. I think it's similar to the Yokel in many ways, but I think I prefer the Totally Naked to the Yokel. I would drink it again, but I'd choose something that wasn't so light instead of this.