MASSIVE BEER REVIEWS: Wicked Philthy Northeast IPL by Søle Artisan Ales and Jack’s Abby Brewing
Beer: Wicked Philthy
Brewery: Søle Artisan Ales and Jack’s Abby Brewing
Style: India Pale Lager
Like last week’s review and the week before, we’re drinking another collaboration beer by local gypsy brewer Søle Artisan Ales (who are currently brewing out of Susquehanna Brewing Company in Pittston), this week with Jack’s Abby Brewing in Framingham, Massachusetts.
Wicked Philthy is a double dry-hopped Northeast-style IPL that’s hazy, creamy, juicy, and swwet with a tropical hop aroma and some bitterness that makes us want to get down and dirty with this bad boy, as it is a true collaboration of both breweries’ styles!
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