Hop On Top Aroma Hop Ale - This beer pours honey golden with just a hint of copper. The aroma is resinous, slight grapefruit peel, slight pine, slight soapiness. The taste is just plain strange. I can't even place it. Alien, yet familiar. Perhaps a bit like a liquefied clove cigarette. This is not good.
Ryediculous IPA - This beer pours dark copper to light brown in color, cloudy, with absolutely no head, and little carbonation. There is a large amount of sediment in the bottle. The aroma is pretty light, slightly fruity, and leather. The taste is light fruity followed by massive, mouth-puckering bitterness with that slightly spicy rye effect in the background. I'm not feeling this one either.
Fire Light Beer - This 4.2% ABV beer pours light honey golden in color. The aroma is somewhat malty, wet grain, and fresh, bitter grass. It drinks fairly light with a slightly sweet graininess and a slight hop bitterness, with a watery aftertaste.
The web site says this is a new venture by a Sprecher from Sprecher Brewing Company where they are making highly drinkable beers. The ones I have tried are terrible (although the Fire Light is a decent light beer).