Appearance - Very clear. A mahogany brown. Thick, creamy head of a very light tan-off white color. Lingers like ice cream froth in a root beer float. Holy lacing batman. That's going to last until the very last sip.
Smell - Very hop forward (to be expected from a dry hopped IPA...). A little floral ( Falconer's Flight coming through) with the resiny notes (Millenium). Maybe a little citrus but if there is any it is very subdued.
Taste - Bitter. Very bitter. Just how I like it. The resiny notes really shine in the taste. I might be chewing on hops. Little bit of maltiness. No alcohol flavor at all. The hop flavor lingers for awhile. Definitely an IPA. A damn good one at that.
Mouthfeel - Very light on the tongue. Very refreshing and clean for such high IBU's.
Overall - Very good. Very bitter, very hoppy (taste and smell) IPA. I'd be interested in trying this with the actual hop schedule from the recipe. I did add extra hops due to this sitting in my closet for ~4 months. But I over added. I am happy with the result, though.