I had heard a few raving reviews about the Deschutes Inversion IPA, and because all their other products seem so good, I decided to pick up a sixer. I'm halfway through my second glass and I'm very disappointed. It's way too sweet. It's like there is a strong sweetness and a strong bitterness that fight each other, whereas in most brews, the sweetness and bitterness meld into one flavor. Anyone else find this to be true of the Inversion IPA?