This ale pours a dark brown with mahogany highlights and a thick bubbly tan head. The aroma is generally sweet with hints of honey and molasses then some bready malt to soften it out. The flavor hits off with a sweet honey front that transitions to a smooth oat and bread malt middle and then finishes up on molasses. It has some pretty high carbonation and fizzy feel but still has a creaminess coming through from the flaked oats. This is a very interesting beer. This is one of those that could go either way, but Off Color did a nice job keeping it balanced with some nice character. This is a beer you definitely want to experience for yourself, but the style isn’t for everyone.