Look. The word "draught" used to describe a beer style annoys me no end. Especially when that beer is in cans or bottles, since draught is really a serving method: beer served off tap from a cask or keg.
But the term "draught" often does now refer to the kind of easy-drinking beer people would drink off tap by the pint, and gives people an idea what to expect in a certain beer, and what to compare it to. So, yes, all you linguists will be quick to point out that language evolves, and as long as a term helps people communicate an idea then it’s doing its job, and I’m on the wrong side of the ongoing prescriptivist vs descriptivist debate. But alas, I expect I’ll be a grumpy prescriptivist (at least when it suits me) 'til the day I die.
As for the actual beer? A super easy-drinker. It has a light body, is lightly hopped with new world hops, is a pale that drinks like a lager, etc. A lovely little mid-strength that welcomes you in then invites you to stay.