After enjoying the 2008 vintage, and being knocked out by the 2009 vintage, I was eager to try the 2010 Sisyphus Barleywine from the always stellar Real Ale Brewing Company. Like the previous versions, this is a boozy barleywine. It has a mild hop aroma that is amped up a bit in the taste, lots of caramel malts, and some orange peel and raisins and other dried fruit as well. It is just a bit too fresh and hot tasting right now, and could stand another couple of months aging in the bottle. Luckily, I have a bottle tucked away for just that purpose. I am giving it 7/10 right now, and will revisit this again in a few months.