Once I got home and ditched my spandex, I wobbled my naked ass to the fridge and grabbed that golden can of glory. Pouring it into a glass, I notice a slightly darker hue than has become the trend with double IPAs. The golden to light bronze color indicated a slightly different malt bill than we’ve become accustomed to with hop bombs and there’s definitely no haze here. The aroma was not overpowering, but pleasing and true to style for a double IPA. It had a clean & crisp earthy hop aroma. The taste is well balanced blending a supportive malt backbone with an easy hop bitterness that lingers around on your tongue in a good way. This beer finished fast due in part to my thirstiness and the smooth drinkability of this double IPA.