The pour was a medium brown with an average sized (1-2 fingers) almost beige creamy head that was mostly diminishing and had fair lacing.
The aroma started out with a nice scent of spruce hops and a hint of citrus but quickly became overpowered by toasted caramel malts and a sweet moldy yeast with notes of raisons, plums and brown sugar.
The taste at first sip was lightly sweet and malty with a nice hint of caramel and brown sugar then progressed into a slightly bitterer flavor with a dose of fruit at the end. The flavor was left to linger for a nice long time, bringing out just a little more of the hop characteristic in this brew.
Mouthfeel was just above light in body and dry in texture at first but finished a tad bit watery with a very mild carbonation.
Overall a unique tasting Ale with the sweet and bitter flavors complimenting each other quite well.