On tap at Poor Henry’s, sensational lactose-conditioned New England-styled IPA coalesces orange-juiced Creamsickle sugaring with sweet vanilla bean and tangy pineapple adjuncts above mild oats malting. Creamy vanilla insistence maintains frothy attitude as tertiary strawberry, coconut and mango illusions engage zesty pineapple tropicalia.
On tap at Morris Tap & Grill, stylishly bitterer milkshake IPA lacks milk-sugared vanilla sweetness, strawberry pureed insistence and ample Citra-Mosaic hop zesting. Instead, lactic ethyl esters pick up veritable fruit-spiced vodka vibe above mild oats-dried malt bed.
On tap at Taphouse 15, pleasantly soft-toned, lactic conditioned NEIPA brings raspberry-soured melon rind bittering to yogurt-milked vanilla creaming and brisk lemony grapefruit spritz for snazzy lactic-sugared tropical fruited effervescence.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, impressively well-designed Mexican-styled horchata milkshake knockoff brings lacquered citrus sharpness of an IPA to cinnamon-toasted pancake battering and vanilla-sugared coconut sweetness to contrast lactic yogurt-milked souring. Floury pastry-like cookie dough malting heightens shellacked cinnamon-vanilla-coconut adjuncts.