On tap at River Of Beer, super-hazed hybridized New England-styled India Pale Ale given Belgian farmhouse yeast that allows tart lemon-peeled spicing and dank earthen rusticity of a saison to spike orange peel sweetness and grapefruit rind bittering of an IPA. Candied pineapple, sugary lemonade and tangy tangerine dangle below next to wavering grassy-hopped astringency and pale wheat malting.
Lovely soft-toned Belgian IPA with sunny amber-yellowed clarity brings easygoing grapefruit-orange peel bittering to herbal hop subtlety, cellared fungi yeast musk and dark floral notions. Salty citrus finish stays brisk.
On tap at Ambulance, easygoing oak-fermented Belgian IPA brewed with French pilsner malts and British oats serenading tart yellow grapefruit souring. Herbal hops subtly subsidize sunny citrus continuance of mellow yellow-cleared moderation.
On tap at Biggie’s, brusque orange-peeled piney hop bittering and peppery herbal respite contrast candi-sugared Belgian yeast above caramelized rye malting. Floral tea notions and lightly vinous grape esters sit across sweet lemon custard, orange marmalade and white peach tones. Sharp hop bite never relents.
On tap at Ambulance, fine witbier-influenced moderation brings mildly tangy tropical fruiting and tannic grape tartness to light white wheat backdrop of IPA hybrid. Well-balanced grapefruit, navel orange, pineapple, peach, tangerine, mango and nectarine tanginess picks up floral-spiced sweetness and herbal tea nuance at juicy fruited finish.
Lively Belgo-American convergence spreads India Pale Ale-derived citrus zestiness, sharp sugared spicing and wafting floral bouquet atop herbal white-peppered Belgian yeast. Brewed with tangy mango, pineapple and passionfruit adjuncts, its honeyed peach, quince and tangerine subsidies enhance the tropical finish.
On tap at One Mile House, lively piney citrus perfuming sweetened by candi-sugared Belgian yeast spicing. Orange-peeled mango, peach, tangerine and tangelo tang juicily contrasts gin-soaked lemon rind bittering, zesty yellow grapefruit pucker and dank bark-dried astringency.
On tap at River Of Beer, invigorating Belgian-styled pale ale brings brisk lemon-limed tropical fruiting to honeyed pale malts and moderate citric hop bittering, leaving strong ethyl alcohol astringency at the finish. Juicy mango, honeydew, melon, tangerine and lychee illusions sweetly brighten the zesty lemon overtures.
Staying sweet without getting annoyingly cloy, 25th anniversary tropical-fruited medium body contrasts funky Belgian yeast fungi against juicy grapefruit, orange, peach, banana, pineapple, mango and passionfruit wellspring, accruing lingered sharp hop bittering to fend off luxurious citric-perfumed floral bouquet wafting thru sugar-spiced fructose aspect.
Milky yeast sinew thickens amber copper pour of Belgian white ale/ Americanized IPA hybrid (brewed by mosquito-riddled Minnesotan for Northwest consumption). Sweet Valencia orange tang picks up mild Mosaic hop-oiled lemon twist over dry earthen farmhouse rusticity. Light pine wisp and tart pineapple-grapefruit ripple juice up ripe citric profile.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, dryer-than-expected Belgian Pale Ale/ India Pale Ale hybrid leads with bitterly tart lemony grapefruit rind bite and piney hop sharpness. Seasoned hop heads will rejoice at desiccated wood-dried citric pungency, but lighter thirsts may balk at candi-sugared Belgian yeast spicing hastily retreating, causing a slight imbalance towards the dry side.