On tap at Ambulance, possibly the lightest bodied and least hazy NEIPA to hit the market. Spritzy Mosaic-hopped lemony grapefruit and mandarin orange juicing picks up dry Simcoe-Amarillo-hopped pine resin above smoothly clean, mountain-watered, oats-flaked spelt graining in soft-tongued moderate setting.
On tap at Shepherd & Knucklehead – Haledon, soft-toned summertime refresher brings misty lemon ‘n lime juicing to the fore of citric-spritzed light body with unexpected (and well hidden) 9.3% alcohol whir. Mild vodka briskness spikes grapefruit, orange and berry subtleties underlying spritzy grassy-hopped lemon liming.
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 Growler & Gill, enigmatic pinkish amber-hazed Imperial IPA ‘glops’ raspberry cobbler tartness, oaken cherry souring, redcurrant jam and hibiscus pleasantry upon salted citrus stead. Mild whipped cream vanilla sweetness contrasts lactic yogurt souring hunkering down at the gentle spelt oats spine.
On tap at Morris Tap & Grill, clear amber-browned Imperial IPA richer, darker and chewier than typical piney citric East Coast varietal. Glazed mango, grapefruit and pineapple tang sweetened by honey-spiced pale malting, leaving earthen pine hop bittering in the dust.
On tap at Morris Tap & Grill, brightly citric floral-perfumed Mosaic lupulin powdering picks up white-peppered herbal respite. Moderate grapefruit-peeled orange rind bittering contrasts juicy peach, mango and pineapple tanginess for subtly zestful IPA.
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.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, creamy crystal malt sugaring zaps zesty orange-peeled grapefruit, passionfruit, mango and peach tang in highly approachable manner.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, busy quadruple-hopped Imperial IPA given New England-styled Nelson Sauvin lupulin influence as tart gooseberry-passionfruit-lychee souring invades zesty Citra-Galaxy-Enigma hop briskness levying orange-candied peach, mango, nectarine, guava and tangerine illusions as well as dankly pined floral spicing upon creamy crystal malt sugars.
On tap at Ambulance, congenial moderate-medium-bodied collaboration with Holy Mountain Brewing offers candied orange tartness, pink grapefruit tanginess and juicy lemon splurge to dry wood tones above sugared pale malting. Polite citric-spiced finish tingles the tongue.
On tap at Ambulance, super amber yellow hazed Imperial IPA ‘loaded with gummy bear hop flavor’ brings lactic yogurt souring to tropical pineapple, guava, mango and coconut haven. Perfumed orange blossom subtlety, peachy honeydew-mango snip and limey misting tingle gelatin-candied gummy bear affinity.