I'm not gonna lie, the first thing that drew me to this was the stubby bottle and retroish label. When I saw that it was brewed with hibiscus, that sealed the deal. This starts out with mild cherry sweetness and generic malts, fades into subtle floral notes, and ends with cherry again, but this time tart rather than sweet. A very delicate beer, with no flavor being too robust; I actually wish the hibiscus was a little more pronounced. Definitely worth checking out, though I think I will try a few other hibiscus beers before picking up another six of this.