I have not had this Foothills Brewing craft Happiness Project Digs IPA, 6.0% ABV or any of the beer from this series in a long while. This particular IPA benefits Crisis Control Ministry, which helps people in financial crisis and helps people from becoming homeless and helps fund and build affordable housing. Digs IPA is made with experimental hop HBC 568. I was lucky to find this at Total Wine, because it is only available between February through March. This IPA pours deep gold color with a four finger slow off-white head. The aroma is tropical with guava, melon, grapefruit bitterness, with hints of a wood with light smokiness. The taste is tropical with melon and guava. There is some grapefruit bitterness and wood flavors there too. Digs IPA finish with a bitter fruits and a hit of a wood note. The aftertaste of tropical woody fruits and little bitterness does not stick around long. This Craft Happiness Project IPA was interesting tasting with the notes of wood coinciding with the tropical fruits. Foothills Brewing craft Happiness Project Digs IPA is a taste IPA and one that I think deserves an A. Well at first of was thinking I am not going to like this as much as the other IPAs in this series, but the more I drank it the more I like it. It really is worth trying! Please be kind, be safe, and enjoy responsibly! Cheers!