(Ok, not a country, but YOU find a beer from a country starting with O then. A similar cheat will be found at Q too)
Bridgeport from that well known country of Oregon make many tasty beers, and this IPA is mellow, fruity, slightly sweet, and very refreshing. Bottle conditioned by the looks of it a light wood pine colour with light head, very grand in the glass.
Sweet aromatic hops remind me of forests, light breezes, and honest outdoor hikes, and what is best after a good long hike? A nice cool refreshing beer. Light on your tongue, with a slight fruity taste, solidly boddied as you would expect from an IPA. Then a wave of mango, pine nuts, hops and almond come out of the woodwork like a crazed gunman wielding a mop. Enough to take notice, but not to scare you away. When this dies down, you are left with a subtle hop aftertaste, not as strong as the New Zealand mad IPAs, but rounding the beer off nicely.
Summary. An excellent IPA at cellar temperature. Fruity, but not too much. Crazy, but not too much. Hopped, but not too much. As Goldilocks once said: just right. 5 stars.