The beer pours copper with burnt orange and ruby tints. There is about an inch of creamy, foamy off-white head. The aroma is hops, pine and dank, citrus, over roasted and toasted caramel malt. Good sparring between the hops and malt. The taste follows the aromas directly, piney and citrus hops bouncing up and down off solid, rich, toasted caramel malt. It has a nice, refreshing carbonation. The bitterness is moderate, tempered by the sweetness of the malt. This is a very nice red IPA.