On tap at Growler & Gill, chalky reddish purple-glowed sour IPA blends tannic Grenache red wining with peachy passionfruit puree, retaining tartly salted strawberry, watermelon, green grape and grapefruit pucker in lactic sugared oats-malted setting and recalling Skittles candy at the sour fruited finish.
On tap at Ambulance, tangerine pureed Sauvignon Blanc grape tannins meet milk-sugared lactose and wheat-dried malted oats, leaving Nelson Sauvin-hopped gooseberry-guava bittering upon the citric-wined finish.
On tap at Ambulance, tart lemon juicing prods milk-sugared lactose souring, picking up vinous white grape tannins that nearly hide its mandarin orange, yellow grapefruit, pink lemonade, strawberry rhubarb, passionfruit and prickly pear illusions above pilsner-like malted oats. On tap at Seven Lakes Station, sour milk-sugared lactobacillus culture occupies tart strawberry, grapefruit and pink lemonade piquancy of fluffy malted wheat-based moderation.
On tap at Ambulance, milk-sugared raspberry and tart cherries explode on the scene in exquisite fashion. Pink cotton-candied Red Sour Patch Kid description is well-suited as zesty lemon spritz and wispy ammonia salting contrast against cherry jubilee, raspberry puree and rhubarb pie alacrity. A cheery powdered candy alternative.
On tap at Centre Street Public House, sessionable pinkish amber-hued sour IPA stays thin as plum, blueberry and hibiscus adjuncts delicately fade over evaporative pale malts. Desiccated plum, subtly bitter blueberry and indistinct floral illusions get bland for light, arid, 4% alcohol fare.
On tap at Ambulance, pronounced lactose acidity receives sour lemon rot pucker overwhelming milk-sugared Sumatra coffee adjunct of brunch-styled, Citra/Mosaic-hopped India Pale Ale.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, lactic IPA loads salty lime zest, juniper berry and tangerine adjuncts upon crayon-like waxing. Slight vanilla creaming sweetens the backend as limey juniper bittering backs off at the lemony grapefruit finish.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, sour orange candy pucker greets pureed tangerine and apricot puree above lactic milk-sugared oats base. Light lemony acidity politely guards dried fruited sourness. Burnt rubber waft seems outta place but to no ill effect.
On tap at Growler & Gill, Mexican piñata-styled cocktail pivots pineapple-pureed toasted coconut juicing and milk-sugared vanilla creaming above sour lactic acidity like the finest hybridized hazy-yellowed New England IPA’s. Subtle grapefruit-orange tang and tart lemon-candied spurt amiably relegated by pineapple-coconut caking. Another durably original lactic NEIPA.
On tap at Growler & Gill, hazily yellow marbled sour IPA brings lactic milk-sugared yogurt tartness to parched lime acidity and lemony green grape tannins above tempered oats-dried raw wheat cushion, leaving mild barnyard acridity upon the citric-soured back end.
Briskly vinous Reisling/ Viognier grape must gains zesty lemon limed tartness and resinous pine sneer above mild oats-flaked malts of moderately acidic, hazy beige yellowed IPA hybrid. Dry white wine finish stays plush as subtle grapefruit-peeled mandarin orange, passionfruit, melon rind and honeydew illusions push forward its tannic yellow grape souring.
On tap at Taphouse 15, murkily pink blushed IPA utilizes champagne yeast to provide dry brut wining for tart lime-juiced strawberry and raspberry adjuncts as well as tertiary passionfruit, guava and papaya illusions. Stylish piney citrus theme thrown aside here.