I've got more beers that have been sent to me by the brewer for comment, so let's get to it.
Lagunitas Brewing Co. has dropped me a can of Sumpin' Easy, a new year-round canned release. It's an American Pale Ale, with a touch of wheat in its malt, and Ekuanot hops, a fruity hop formerly named Equinox, with 5.7% abv.
There is a big fruity smell as the can is popped, with cantaloupe up front, and papaya plus pine resin in there from behind. It shows a big white, spongy head, with a slightly hazy yellow body.
The taste is right up there with hops, of course. If had nice and cool, the malt stays in the picture, with just a little bit of toast. The fruit taste in the hops strays into lychee, with more pine resin and a further bit of flower petal. Not quite perfumey. Trying to come up with other impressions, I think of blackberry and maybe spearmint.
This is a beer with a strong, single-hop character, with quite a bit of complexity. I might suggest pairing it against something bland, like creamy cheese, or to complement it against vegetarian entrees and pasta.