On tap at Ambulance, easygoing English-styled barleywine brings mildly dry-spiced brown chocolate sugaring and subtle whiskey daub to herbal Kent Golding hop astringency in casual manner that lacks stylish intensity and robust flavor profile.
On tap at Ambulance, interestingly abstruse double dry-hopped cocktail collaboration (with Copenhagen’s Dry & Bitter) connects rummy coconut-milked pineapple juicing of a pina colada with orange-juiced champagne fizz of a mimosa. Brisk lemony grapefruit zest secures IPA-styled midst. Light pilsner malting softens ester-fruited English ale yeast setting.
On tap at Ambulance, tart double dry-hopped IPA utilizes tropical Nelson Sauvin lupulins to promote slightly sour white-wined gooseberry and watermelon rind influence above usual stylistic yellow grapefruit, navel orange and mandarin orange aspirants. Musty herbal notions dot the mild oats spine.
On tap at Ambulance, pleasingly unfixed winter warming Sierra Nevada Celebration knockoff brings forth dried apricot-fig-orange spicing, candied tangerine tartness and pekoe tea-induced mineral graining to compete favorably with usual IPA suspects such as lemon-perfumed grapefruit zesting and resinous pine hop bittering. Not quite Celebration but something else pretty good.
On tap at Growler & Gill, enigmatic, turbidly orange-hued Imperial IPA utilizes pungent Equinox, Mosaic and Citra hop dust to perk up tart guava, passionfruit, mango, clementine and grapefruit illusions against groaty oats (picking up a latent clay-like plasticity). Beneath the surface, oily cannabis-snipped pine resin brings musky bittering to ginger-leafed floral and herbal notions.
On tap at Growler & Gill, amber-hazed medium body retains bitter hop-dusted grapefruit tang. Dank piney hop musk contrasts floral-bound citrus zest.