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.