On tap at Ambulance, peculiar hybridized gose tries merging key lime-juiced watermelon rind bittering with sea-salted chili peppering, picking up lemondrop-candied tartness and unanticipated vanilla sweetness. For lightly acidic sour fruited tastes.
On tap at Ambulance, musky maize-dried lemon oiling perfectly re-creates crisp old styled premium pilsner styling. Straw-dried grain malts gain plain cracker breading as perkily citric carbolic briskness cuts down mildest sulfuric smidge of well-designed light-bodied pils.
“Colossal” baklava-styled Imperial Golden Stout (9% ABV) re-creates sweet dessert pastry (glazed with syrupy nuttiness). Creamily cookie dough-malted richness anchors honey, lemon peel, coconut, vanilla bean and pistachio adjuncts. Lemon-caked tartness sweetened by fig-date-raisin conflux beneath caramelized bourbon chocolate serenade. As for the varied adjuncts, its pistachio influence may be nil, but the brisk lemon-peeled souring, lightly acidic coconut milking and slightly bitter vanilla bean piquancy delight its crème brulee mocha finish.
On tap at Ambulance, extraordinary coconut-toasted almond sweetness provides luxuriant frontage for fudgy vanilla-beaned cocoa nibs, delightful caramel nuttiness and subtle bourbon whirs. Tertiary marshmallow, Amaretto and hazelnut coffee illusions add further spunk to creamy mocha nutted dessert treasure.
Lovely soft-toned Belgian IPA with sunny amber-yellowed clarity brings easygoing grapefruit-orange peel bittering to herbal hop subtlety, cellared fungi yeast musk and dark floral notions. Salty citrus finish stays brisk.
On tap at Ambulance, robust (10% ABV) Chicago-Brooklyn collaboration loads peppery mocha richness atop treacly caramel nuttiness. Dark chocolate creaminess gains mild coffee roast and nascent cola, burgundy and bourbon illusions.
On tap at Ambulance on St. Patrick’s Day ’18, lightly barrel-aged porter retains dry dark chocolate-cocoa conflux and mildly molasses-smoked hazelnut, walnut and peanut illusions above steady hop-charred bittering. Oaken wood influence undetermined, but rich mocha capacity undeniably uplifting.
Effervescent yellow-cleared bantam relies on active saison yeast to awaken its wafting floral-perfumed rose petal sweetness, crabapple-like rose hips tartness and lime-dried lemon hop souring. Mild barnyard acridity and slight cellar musk found beneath the surface. Lovely red rose luster also benefits from citric-spiced lemondrop, mandarin orange and tangelo illusions.