This is a fall seasonal brewed once a year with fresh Colorado hops. Left Hand is in Longmont, Colorado.
The beer pours a very pure, clear copper color. The aroma is of light and airy fruit with some caramel and malt in the background. This is not nearly as hoppy as I expected from a fresh hop IPA. The hops and malt are pretty well balanced in the taste. Their is caramel and some fruit with a bitter finish. Nothing predominates, but while it is balanced, nothing really stands out much either. This is a decent beer, but a poor fresh hop IPA.