Sisyphus poured with a small, creamy beige colored head. Beer color is a hazy, orange-y amber and there is a good amount of fine sediment. When I first opened it, the aroma had some citrus rind and pine. But after sitting in the glass, I am not getting much citrus/pine - more of a sweet fruit quality similar to what you see in a lot of imperial IPAs. The taste has a definite boozy quality to it. There is some caramel, sweetness, fruit, mild bitterness. Alcohol warmth on the swallow. The aftertaste leaves you with a little of the bitter. This is similar to an imperial IPA, but leaning more towards the malt - the hops are more balanced and not dominant.
Real Ale Brewing Company