MJ describes the style as... "refreshingly crisp, tart beers" and "the flavor was heightened by a generous dose of hops, and perhaps spices." (p. 125) To me, it tastes somewhere in between a summer wheat/white beer and a hoppy ale. According to the brewery's website, one of the owners explains that Booyah was named after a soup/gathering-centered-around-eating-the-soup. He said that the soup is made with a long list of ingredients, and their farmhouse ale is too.
It is a fine beer. The spices (if there are any) are subtle. It starts out slightly fruity and ends on a hoppy note. As I have said before "hoppy" is not my favorite taste in beer, but it might be yours. It rates a 3.
-Jim from Milwaukee