The pour was a very clear medium brown with a slight yellow hue that layed around the edge of the glass. The head was average in size (about 1 to 2 fingers) with a nice rocky appearance that stuck around for a nice while which created some really nice lacing that rolled down the glass as you drank it.
The aroma was a mix of sweet and bitter with a nutty bread malt, a nice resin hop with a mild dose of a sweet yeast and also had notes of citrus and dried fruit.
The flavor had a mild sweet-bitter feel to it with just a hint of dried fruit at first then had an increase in bitterness and a nice hoppy finish with mild citrus note at the end leaving the flavor to hang around for a nice while allowing full enjoyment of this brew.
Mouthfeel was light to medium in body and very dry in texture with a mild carbonation.
Overall a nice balanced IPA with the bitter and sweet working quite well together.