The label claims a big malty taste with Cimcoe and Amarillo hops. I can’t distinguish the hops, but the big malty part is really there and I like it. It’s light in color, but it’s got the taste complexity of a red or brown, so they weren’t lying. It’s not heavy though as it finished up with a “bright” citrus and pine. Also it’s got a cowboy, a blue donkey, and a blue-tired mountain bike on the label as they claim it’s named after the trail. It’s 6.8% ABC and brewed by Kern River.