On tap at Poor Henry’s, slightly sour hazy golden NEIPA allows Hallertau Blanc hops to lead the way with Sauvignon grape mustiness settling alongside lemony grapefruit bitters and light hop resin. Yogurt-milked guava, gooseberry and mango illusions regale citric wined essence.
On tap at Morris Tap & Grill, easygoing yellow-hazed NEIPA lets sourly piquant Nelson Sauvin hops and earthily resinous piney Simcoe hops merge above pale wheat malts. Grape must, salted mango, passionfruit, gooseberry and peach tones receive tart orange juicing in delightful manner.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, slightly peculiar pine lacquering adds musky determination to lemony grapefruit rind bittering and candied pineapple tartness of mildly hazed NEIPA. Varnished tropical fruiting receives white-peppered lemongrass herbage at briskly crisp off-dry finish.
On tap at Seven Lakes Station, amber-hazed New England-styled IPA pits honeyed tropical fruiting against citric-dried Azacca hop bittering. Syrupy sweet mango, nectarine, cantaloupe and pineapple perfuming guarded by spicy pale malting against dank wet-grained pine tones.
On tap at Taphouse 15, soft-tongued ‘earthy tropical ambrosia’ leads the way for pleasantly mild ‘citrus meringue.’ Lightly spiced orange-candied lemondrop souring and ancillary mango-passionfruit-pineapple-papaya thrust secured by resinous pine-oiled pale malting.
On tap at Beef Trust, hazy New England-styled IPA utilizes muskily hop-oiled sour fruiting to set the stage as waxy floral citrus tones spread above dry pale malts. Guava-soured grapefruit rind and orange pith bittering contrasts less prominent pineapple, peach, mango, lychee and papaya tanginess to its tart lemondrop finish.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, German pilsner-styled kellerbier brings stylish ‘rustic earthiness’ to biscuity sourdough breading, grassy hop astringency and musky floral-perfumed citrus murk. Hazy orange amber hue is richer than the liquid contained.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, fairly expansive New England-styled IPA brings tropical mango-papaya-passionfruit-pineapple fruiting and limey orange rind bittering to stinging juniper-licked alcohol burn. Zesty citric-perfumed hops pick up piney residue while lemon meringue tartness flutters by.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, yellow marble-glazed New England-styled hazy IPA promotes sharp yellow grapefruit-seeded orange rind bittering and mild pine lacquered herbal respite. In the midst, tartly lemon limed souring contrasts less punctual peach-skinned mango tang.
On tap at Seven Lakes Station, brisk double dry-hopped IPA brings ‘visions of peach nectar’ to ‘earthy conifer sap,’ leaving mellow yellow grapefruit and lemon rind bittering in its grassy wake. Sugary pale malts secure tertiary pineapple, peach and tangerine tang contrasting mildly pungent dry wood tones.