It seems as though New Glarus has put this beer into retirement. I remember having this beer some five or six years ago and just hoping for the day to get another. Cheers to my last Uff-da for the foreseeable future.
Poured clear with thick, light-brown foam. There was a little retention that retreated to a thin film. Some lacing.
Aroma has some sweet caramel malt and roasted malt. Some molasses and dried fruit undertones. Interesting. Complex as there could probably be several other aromas there also.
Taste is very sweet - right on with style. Different periods of malt: sweet up front, followed by roasted malt in the middle, and little bit of chocolate (maybe slight coffee) malt at the end. Malt all over the place. A little bit of dried fruit in the middle and a little bit of creaminess to the beer at the end.
Medium carbonation and body. Good on the mouth and all the way down. Pleasant.
Personally I can't complain about any of New Glarus's products. They continue to produce quality beers of all flavors. This is my sixteenth and it was just what I expected: another great beer. Enjoy!