The head fades with very good lacing. The color is a deep amber that is light amber color around the edges of the glass.
The aroma is strong initially, but faded to a mellower malty hop blend as the glass sat.
The taste starts with hops right at the front of the mouth. The malt flavors come in behind to give a malt flavor filled with hops. The flavors finish with a strong hops flavor coming from the Cascade hops thus the name.
Overall, this is very enjoyable beer from this microbrewery. You need to be a fan of hops for this beer to a peal to you. I would not consider this beer as session beer with it’s strong taste profile. But, it is still very enjoyable.