On tap at Morris Tap & Grill, awesome coconut cream pie-styled Double IPA (in collaboration with fellow Jersey brewers’ Icarus) perfect as sweet-toothed dessert. Toasted coconut frontage gains ley lime pie tartness, lactic-soured milk sugaring, mild vanilla bean bittering, sweet banana serenity and dry Citra-hopped grapefruit splash above Graham Cracker wheat bottom.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, fabulous vanilla-creamed strawberry shortcake sweetness contrasts lactic lemon yogurt souring and perfumed lupulin oils. Resonant strawberry puree adjunct receives vibrant Citra-hopped fruit salad tropicalia, spreading zestful orange-peeled grapefruit sharpness and tangy pineapple, peach and mango juicing all over the resoundingly fruitful finish. Another fine ‘Jam’ by Brix City!
On tap at Poor Henry’s, dry lacquered fruiting stays tart over creamy crystal pale malting. Orange-peeled grapefruit zesting of Citra hops reaches woody Amarillo hop dryness and citric-pined tea leafing of Idaho 7 varietal for less hazy, eccentric and lactic New England IPA.
Psychedelia-bent sour ale brings ‘acid blend’ of lemon-dropped strawberry puree tartness and mild salted rhubarb chutney piquancy to contrasted creamy vanilla sweetness, leaving cranberry, oaken cherry and gooseberry illusions at the leathery back end. Fluffy whip-creamed strawberry sweetness counters moderate citric acidity at demure sour-fruited finish.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, lightly vinous malt-lagered ale yeast gains slightly sulfuric lemon-soured musk and salty herbage for grainy dry-bodied moderation.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, mild oak-charred brandied cognac influence stays subtle against sweet brown chocolate entry and oncoming bourbon vanilla intensity, leaving fudgy toffee creaming upon rich mocha finish. Needs more dynamic blend with higher cognac impact, but fine nevertheless.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, cocoa-nibbed dark chocolate syruping coats mocha-smoked dried cherry tartness of bold lactic stout. Dryly embittered cocoa lactose stimulates chocolate pastry-like finish, leaving wispy burgundy, port and sherry undertones in its wake.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, lusciously caramelized barleywine/quadrupel blend aged for a year in bourbon barrels proves immediately profound. Lovely bourbon vanilla sweetness gains chocolate-spiced frisk at dried fruited midst. Chocolate-covered cherry, pureed raisin and sugared fig illusions synch with rummy quad intensity to elevate barleywinish toffee-candied caramel finish. Resilient!
On cask at Andy’s Corner Bar, light stylish cellar funk, sedate raw-honeyed orange pith bittering and wispy fennel herbage sit atop wheat cracker bed of soft-toned, creamy-headed, warm-watered German-styled lager. Bottled non-cask version shown below.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, briskly clean-watered farmhouse ale lets tart lemon-soured passionfruit puree seep into creamily frothed crystal malt sugaring with minor acidity. Sunny citrus midst gains light barnyard acridity as well as white-peppered tingle while passive green grape esters, zesty grapefruit juicing and mild gooseberry snag add depth.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, Imperial double dry-hopped version of ’68 RYOT stays softly creamed as subtle lemony grapefruit tartness and mild herbal pining soak into oats-dried rye malting. Mildly pungent citrus-bound Galaxy hop sedation and light bready pilsner base combine for easygoing fare.
On tap at Taphouse 15, semi-rich chocolate pastry dessert beer lets maple syrup drape bittersweet black chocolate entry, honey-glazed hazelnut adjunct and toffee pudding sweetness above cookie dough malting. Creamy hazelnut chocolate resilience fortified by vanilla, caramel and butterscotch sugaring.