The beer pours amber and a light copper in color. There is a tall, thick, foamy head of white to just off-white. The aroma is citrusy and grassy, light apricot-blueberry. The taste is mostly citrus and grassy, over toasted malt, with a bit of apricot. The finish is dry with a moderate bitterness. It is very tangy on the finish, starting with a grapefruit and lemon quality, but veering a touch into metallic in the aftertaste. The beer drinks smooth with a soft, yet stinging carbonation. This is not a great IPA, but this is a style that store brands really struggle with. While it will not wow you with its taste, this one is at least crushable in most respects.