Three Floyds Brewing Company. They describe Rabbid Rabbit as a "Franco-Belgian style Farmhouse Ale" or "Saison". My experience with Saisons is pretty mixed. I tend to really, really like them because they remind me of the Belgian style beers I love, or I hate them because the brewery emphasizes the hops component over everything else.
Poured from the bottle, Rabbid Rabbit is a cloudy orange-amber color with a reasonably thick white head which takes some time to dissipate.
The aroma is both yeasty and hoppy.
The flavor is a balance of Belgian spiciness and hops, leaning toward hops. In fact, it leans toward hops a bit more than I care for. I'd describe is as "OK" but nothing I'd be in a hurry to have again, making it neither a Saison that I love or hate... which is something of a rarity.
The reviewers at Beer Advocate give it an 86 out of 100, or "good". That's somewhat consistent with my 5/10 or "OK" rating.
My rating: 5/10