I must be drinking a different Sculpin IPA... haha. It has a wonderful bready/biscuity aroma both times I've tried it - once on tap from a growler I bought at a "gourmet" Piggly Wiggly in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina... and once from a 22-ounce brown bomber in Michigan. It didn't taste oxidized at all. It was quite tasty. But what got me was that aroma and flavor... all I can characterize it as being is bready/biscuity smelling and tasting. The hops were present, but not overtly in your face like most IPA's I like... Sweetwater IPA, Avery IPA, Green Flash Imperial IPA. So, whatever that flavor/aroma comes from, I want to replicate it. I have tried the recipe beer_crafter mentioned. My version wasn't close. However, if this is "THE" official clone, I'll try it again and see if I get it... closer this time. By the way... I notice the recipe calls for Hallertau... but where it lists Hallertau it also lists Northern Brewer. Does this mean both are being used for 60 minutes at .25 ounces each?