Referring to the hazy quality of New England style India Pale Ale, specifically the heavily hazy, truly opaque offerings. Often abbreviated as NEIPA the New England India Pale Ale is a traditionally hazy version of India Pale Ale, also notable for other characteristics setting it apart from other American India Pale Ales (IPAs), and especially west coast (USA) IPAs, and traditional, English IPAs.
The beer poured dense and hazy, with color of dark straw, and a nose suggesting ripe, tropical fruit. So thick was the haze it was truly IPAque. Impossible to see through, the only sure way toward clarity was to drain the glass, one loving sip at a time.
by Hirschamania July 26, 2018
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