Leviathan poured with a medium to thick, very creamy colored head. Beer color is a golden amber. The aroma has citrus, fruit, caramel sweetness, and a little pine. It is very smooth and not as intense as I really expected. The taste starts off with some malt and carbonation, then some citrus/hops/bitter builds pretty quickly. You also know this has some serious alcohol - there is some in the taste and it is warming going down. This is actually a smooth, heavy Imperial IPA. The malt, hops and alcohol all blend and nothing really overpowers. You don't get any crazy bitterness that the 120 IBUs implied. There is a little bitter aftertaste. Another tasty IPA.