tangerine milkshake IPA
Milkshake beers are a strange but delicious phenomenon brewed with lactose sugar and apple pectin. They're hazy, slightly sweet, and hoppy, with a velvety mouthfeel unlike any other. Some people love them, some people consider them blasphemy – luckily they're an optional spice of life (that sell out faster than we can brew them). Plan for these awful, no good, sacrilegious beers accordingly.
We love all our beers equally and would never play favourites, but if we had to live out the remainder of our days on a desert island, let's just say this juicy, spritzy, citrus bomb disguised as a beer, would be on our short list. It's kind of like if freshly squeezed OJ and a creamsicle had a baby, and then that baby went on to become an overachiever you wanted to hate but just couldn't.
What it smells like, what it tastes like: Tons of freshly squeezed citrus, smooth vanilla undertones, and perfect prickly carbonation, reminiscent of mimosas. A cozy, breakfast ale, if ever there was such a thing.