The taste adds lots of wood and vanilla, along with a fierce stab of tequila heat throughout. Tame this beer is not.
The rich chocolate roast and gentle suggestions of coffee disappear in the finish, giving way to a kiss of sweet honey.
The hop profile is just what IPA lovers will expect; subtle wood notes round out the edges nicely.
Brewed here in Pennsy, a state that knows a thing or two about helping to found a country, this beer is a picture perfect model of what an American pale ale ought to be.