No, I do not like it either. This experiment surely failed as the IPA casks contributed almost nothing to the whisky which smells and tastes just like an ordinary young Glenfiddich, hence not remarkable.
The colour is pale gold and the nose is that of a standard Glenfiddich. I am not sure if the IPA added anything to this nosing profile but after some breathing time I smell something that could be a whiff of beer (beer itself does not smell that much, doesn't it?). To be honest, this is a boring nose (but it is not flawed).
The taste again shows no flavours of the beer cask even after significant chewing (or maybe my taste buds are dull tonight). It tastes exactly like a young standard Glenfiddich hence rather underwhelming. There are no obvious flaws but there is nothing else either that I will remember by tomorrow morning.
The initial mouthfeel is completely unimpressive - neither warming nor coating but with a minor astrigent moment (tannins). The finish is short and adds no new impressions. It gets a little dry towards the end what was expected from the initial mouthfeel already. Water is not needed as it just flattens the dram.