Classic deep gold to amber. It looks great on the pour Thin head big bubbles, little cling.
Pleasant aroma- a smooth slightly mild hop with a slight sweet malty end. Not an over powering aroma but clearly there and a hint of *at least* ok-ness.
I couldn't determine what hops I was smelling then I learned that all 'the C's' are used. That makes sense. It's very complicated and very pleasant. It isn't over powering and that's interesting as well. It actually lends itself to drink-ability.
A slight sweetness that makes me wonder what malts were used. It perfectly balances the numerous hops in it- which is great. This is a complicated beer with a lot going on and a lot to appreciate. It also isn't over powering and increases that drink-ability. Digging this beer.