I drove into VA and bought a couple bottles this morning & left them in my trunk at about 50 through the day, 2 hours in the fridge and I cracked the first. The aroma was all pine at first, then my first sip was almost all onion. After that the only thing I could pick up was onion. I've read the oniony description before, and I feel like that sounds bad, but grapefruit sounded bad to me until I experienced it. It tastes a lot better to me than that sounds. Reading the post about the hopping schedule I don't recognize most of the flavors, not sure if it is my palate or if there are just too many hops for me to recognize them individually, but overall it's pretty. I like how dry it is. People describe west coast IPAs as dry hop bombs, but I've found just about every IPA I drink from west coast breweries to have a lot of residual sweetness and crystal character. Ruination, Maximus, Sculpin, Torpedo, all delicious, but sweeter than I expected. This is what I expected from a west coast IPA. I do have one more bottle, and I need to swing by the LHBS tomorrow, while delicious I'm pretty sure I'm going to bring it to share with the employees, it isn't a terrible drive to the neighboring states that have it but I'd guess a few of them haven't tried it.