This IPA poured with a very thick, cream colored head. The head was fluffy, like pillowy clouds. The beer's color is a cloudy copper. Aroma has a little citrus and the scent of higher alcohol. There also seems to be a bit of fruit to the aroma. The taste reflects the high alcohol content, and the oak aging is noticeable, as it makes you think of other wood-aged alcohol like wine or scotch. A bit of sweetness. Hops and bitterness aren't that prominent, perhaps mellowed by the aging. Medium to full bodied. The finish is somewhat dry, and leaves a slightly bitter, dry aftertaste.
Dogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales