Hazed and Infused is an American Pale Ale that is unfiltered (which gives it a haze) and dry-hopped, then "infused" with a blend of Crystal and Centennial hops.
The beer pours a very slightly hazy amber color with finger thick beige head that has a somewhat spotty texture.
The aroma is citrus, pine, and grapefruit. This is enough to let you know that the beer's going to have quite a hops wallop to it, which one would expect for an American Pale Ale.
The flavor is hop forward with a malt and roasted barley backdrop. Since it's meant to be a sessionable pale ale, it's not as hoppy as the aroma would make it out to be. Still, not being a fan of the pale ale styles in general, it's more than hoppy enough to suit me. It's also sessionable in that it has only a 5% alcohol content, compared with many ales that have 8%, 10%, or more.
Beer Advocate gives Hazed and Infused an 83 or "good" rating. Rate Beer gives it an 86 overall. Since I'm decidedly not a pale ale fan, I can only give it a 6 out of 10. I'd rather drink this than one of the macro brews, but there are many other beers I'd rather have.