This beauty is a New England IPA as interpreted by the Dillon Dam Brewery in Dillon, Colorado. First impression was the haze. I was expecting something in the Witbier range, not this milky stuff. Taste: It was hoppy but malty enough to support it, smooth, surprisingly refreshing for its 7.2% ABV. I liked it; however, it wasn't completely new to me. If the Dry Dock Brewery in Aurora were to put a box of cornstarch in their Enterprise IPA, it would taste a lot like this beer. I may try to brew one later this year - I have a project I've started that will pretty much take up my brewing time for the summer. Key to me is there's no hop harshness and the flavors, while extreme, balance well. Disclaimer: I tasted this about 1,800 miles from the nearest point in New England - I wouldn't expect a routine NEIPA to be this cloudy but hey, it might be.