OK flagship NEIPA with soft-toned grapefruit-peeled orange licks, peachy tangerine tang, mild piney bittering and dark floral dabs over lightly creamed crystal malting.
Soothingly easygoing maibock with subdued lemon-candied orange, tangerine and cherry tang plus mild herbal spicing reaching polite caramelized pale malt bottom.
On tap at Growler & Gill, mellow amber lager plies floral perfume-spiced orange, tangerine and clementine tanginess to gluey Vienna malts for sessionable mediocrity.
Busy as its eight-word namesake, lightly barrel-aged medium body embraces Mai Tai cocktail spirit with a salt-licked Margarita kick. Lime-peeled orange tartness sinks into tangy ‘pineapple and cherry pureed’ seduction above creamily caramelized malt toasting. Latent red grape sweetness and delicate sherry, Courvoisier and mull-spiced wine illusions increase complexity.
“Citrus-y, piney and juicy New England-styled India Pale Ale with aggressive hop bill” maintains richer stylistic profile. Zesty orange, grapefruit and pineapple spree gains floral-wafted sweetness to contrast dank pine resin and musky hemp oiling above biscuit-y rye malt base.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, splendid sour saison eases grape-soured lemondrop tartness into honeyed pale malting, picking up sweet banana-spiced snip to contrast leathery barnyard aridity.