Hop Devil poured a clear, copper color with a two fingered width, off white head. The nose is incredible, rich, piney hops so strong you can smell the stickiness, over nice bready malt that provides balance. the body is smooth, with the bready malt from the nose providing a base. Sugary at first, giving off a few honey notes, the middle is tame before transitioning to a finish that is dry with a crisp hop bite.
Overall, a great beer from Victory. Aroma, flavor, depth, complexity and everything that I look for in a beer are present here. All beer fans should try this at least once.