an absolutely brilliant brew here, my favorite from our visit to burial and one of the best beer we had on our entire trip out east! its a new school double ipa brewed with honey and osmanthus flowers, which i had to look up to know what they were. its thick but bright in the glass, glowing orange and very dense under a creamy white head, lace rings as it sips down. the nose is amazing, a floral almost jasmine element and a very pure and natural raw honey blossoming sweetness, wheaty and earthy too, but its the flowers and the honey that jump out to me as unique right away. the hops are obviously a southern hemisphere selection, peach and apricot and white grape and pineapples, very new zealand but not quite nelson to me, not sure which they have used, but the smell incredible and are super compatible with all the honey. the beer is a little sweet, but its because there is so much honey in here, its natural for sure, polleny and smooth, nice against the bitterness of the hops and complimentary of the juicy fruitiness of the hops too. white wine and mango and cut flowers from the hops, lots of body from the grain, no trace of its alcohol strength, and just faintly perfumey but very summery and even tea-like from the flowers in here. i love all the honey and the way it interacts with the hops, thats what makes this beer special. burial is killing it, definitely one of my favorite breweries anywhere, and this is one of the best beers i have ever had from them. delicious and distinctive, epic honey character!