On tap at Growler & Gill, waywardly hybridized Bohemian pilsner gathers lightly soured New Zealand-hopped gooseberry tartness, floral-perfumed lemony grapefruit scamper and muskily raw-grained Czech hop earthiness above hay-dried barnyard leathering.
Bright yellow grapefruit tang leads the way for easygoing smoothie. Sweet-spiced nectarine, peach, pineapple and mango juicing and candied citrus tartness spark spry grapefruit zesting above mildly creamed vanilla-licked caramel malting. Grassy wood tones provide dry sideswipe to eager double dry-hopped moderation.
Sunny grapefruit juicing and lactic barley-floured gluten guide richly textured setting of hazily glowing gold-marbled DDH NEIPA. Sedate grapefruit-peeled mandarin orange tang and zesty lemon twist receive mildly tart gooseberry-guava souring and spiced mango-pineapple-peach tingle for approachable moderation.
On tap at Growler & Gill, heavy coconut-chocolate infusion and milk-sugared vanilla sweetness embellish off-beat hybridized schwarzbier. Usually a tediously nebulous black lager style never as worthily profound as a permier porter-stout, Singlecut’s heightened schwarz proves to be one step ahead of the dull pack in terms of distinct flavor profiling. Its coconut-chocolate-vanilla aspirations invite lovely gingerbread, sarsaparilla, cinnamon and toffee illusions to join the malt-roasted party. “A unique spin” on a German black beer.
On tap at Ambulance, bold Imperial IPA with marbled beige yellow haze proves as thickly concise as its viscous body. Sharp orange-peeled grapefruit, pineapple and mango juicing gains plastique lupulin-oiled musk and slight salinized white-peppered herbage to contrast sugary pale malt thrust. Tertiary white grape, passionfruit and papaya tartness counters tangy citrus mayhem.
On tap at Seven Lakes Station, fruitful IPA lets tart mango, pineapple and blood orange adjuncts redirect slightly soured candied orange and grapefruit rind bittering. Mild herbal astringency tethers submerged sour-over-sweet tropicalia.