Review: Schlafly Northeast IPA

Review: Schlafly Northeast IPA

While this is a new beer from Schlafly, it’s clearly a solid example of the hazy style — though no one would accuse St. Louis of being anywhere near the northeast. This rounded, easy sipper of a brew offers loads of apricot, apple, and malted cereal notes, with just a touch of tropical character — mango and guava, mainly — over the top. Long and silky on the finish, with a nod at the Amarillo, Mosaic, Citra, Cascade, and Chinook hops.

8% abv.

A- / $10 per six-pack /

Schlafly Northeast IPA




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