This DIPA pours a clear golden color with a white head that leaves a nice ring of lacing in the glass with decent retention. It has a nice aroma of bready malts, pine, yeast and orange peel. With the first taste it hits with a nice malt that leads straight to a strong bitterness that is on your palate for each sip. It does have a nice citrus and pine character in the finish. It is medium bodied and has high carbonation with a slightly over powering bitterness for the style. Overall, this wasn't my favorite DIPA. I would of liked to see more malt character to balance out the strong bitterness, but if you are into bitter doubles, rather than the usually malty sweet forward ones, then this is for you! Although the heavy bitterness is what they wanted on this, it does have other good characters and it's worthy of checking out!