Hop God poured a very dark copper color with a two fingered width, white head. The aroma is almost a perfect balance of malt and hops. The body is smooth, medium to high carbonation and a full mouthfeel. Bready malt up front, with hops that tun the course of the body. The finish is clean, with fresh piney hops, with a lingering bitterness and dryness. The glass was coated with ringed lace.
Overall, this is a really nice beer, with huge body and depth. There is plenty going on here and is fairly well balanced for a big IPA. Well worth a try if you see it.