I'll let you know in about 6 months.
I just brewed an AHS clone of this and minus loosing about 3/4 of a gallon due to extreme fermentation, it has been a wonderful experience. AHS' recipe calls for 2.5 oz of bittering, 1.5oz of aroma (Centennial as previously mentioned) at 15min left on the boil, and then an additional 2 oz of Centennial dry hopped in the secondary. The price on the kit was expensive, but then when you open it (they never give recipe lists when checking out the products), you see the 7 bags of hops, 10lbs of malt, and ~2lbs of specialty grains, you begin to realize it really isn't cheap to make. The coolest thing about the kit was I guess they don't sell 0.5oz packets of hops and so I have an extra 1/2 oz of the bittering and the Centennial in my freezer for possible future use (I'll probably go for a hopback style continuous addition of small amounts of hops or something to make something a bit more complex).
But if I remember correctly they age this sucker for something like 9months before releasing for sale (could have been the arrogant bastard, but I think it was this particular one).
Old thread, but after brewing I've been scouring this board for any info on the Ruination. As someone in another thread mentioned this really is more of a sipping beer for use in small quantities. I may try to find some small pony bottles for a case's worth. I love hoppy brews, but sometimes 3/4 in, I'd prefer to not drink the last 1/4 at the same time. If I could make a 6/8/10oz size instead, I think it would not only last longer, but I'd appreciate it more.