Half Acre says:
A nod to the hop cone, we amped up this beer with our favorites while backing it up with some malty heft.
Andrew: And some malty heft there was! But before I get ahead of myself — the Ginger Twin (poured from a bomber) pours with a very big, thick head and was copper/reddish-brown in color.
I picked up some piney hops in the nose and found the beer to be incredibly smooth and well-balanced.
There was indeed a slight hops flavor, but I found that the hops were outdone by the malt. Seemed like the flavor profile went from malt, to hops, back to malt and finished with a slight bitter aftertaste.
Ryan: About two fingers of soft, fluffy white head sit atop this copper-colored beer. A good whiff and you get a nose full of fresh, piney hops.
The taste is a very good mix of sweet caramel malts and citrusy/piney hops. Ginger Twin is extraordinarily well-balanced. As Andrew said, you get a bit of malts in the beginning followed by a burst of hops, which fade back into malty goodness. Somewhere in there you can even catch a bit of lemon zest. Ginger Twin finishes nice and dry.
The ABV of this beer and the pleasant blend of malts and hops make this an easy drinker.