I don't do the beerblogging thing anymore, really, but I have to announce that I have--after 10+ of working at it--made a really good IPA. Floral on the nose, perfectly balanced citrus and caramel on the palate, with a crisp finish and a nice lacy head that clings all the way down. Perfect color and damn near clear (though a couple of bottles do seem to have a stray bit of hop from dry-hopping.) Not a tannin in sight.
Also in the bottle: a porter, and a kölsh getting bottled today. And a Belgian-y Frankenstein of beer pieced together from leftover ingredients and some yeast cultures I had sort of forgotten about that may have some fruit added to it at some point is in the secondary.