Hellhound poured a semi-cloudy, orange amber color with a thumb width, off white head. The nose is huge, with plenty of malts and hops clashing enough where it is tough to pull out specific aromas. The body has a thick malt base, with rye like qualities, and a sharp hop bite on the edges. The finish is a bit boozy, and has a bone-dry bitter finish. The glass was coated with hanging lace.
Overall, a well brewed, above average beer that hop heads will enjoy. Plenty of flavor here, maybe to complex for it's own good. Dogfish beers are incredibly refined and this has a little edge to it which is either a good or bad thing depending on the drinker.