In drinking days of yore, beer couldn't survive the trip from England to India, so brewers preserved their ales with extra hops. You can taste the scurvy-fighting fruits of their labors on tap at the 75th Street Brewery, where the recipe recently underwent a revamp to give it higher alcohol content. That's just one more reason, besides that delicious citrus taste, to order one. "It's 6.5 percent alcohol," says Nick Vaughn, the brewer who changed the recipe. "It's not ridiculous, but it's higher than your average beer."