A few stones' throws away from that brewery is Standard Tap, one of THE places to go for local beer in "The City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection." At the Tap and its sister restaurant Johnny Brenda's (also a prominent music venue), all the beers and hard ciders are on draft and local. So I was at the Tap and saw Saint Benjamin's India Cream Ale listed on the blackboard. I thought, "What the hell is that?" After all, I'd heard of and had India Pale Ales, and I'd heard of and had Cream Ales. But India Cream Ale? I asked the bartender about it and he simply offered me a sample. After tasting it, I had to have a glass. And another. And then I stopped because again...beer in small amounts.
I'm certain that there is a miscommunication somewhere. Obviously, Inca/INCA and "India Cream Ale" are the same beer in Saint Benjamin's case, but I do not believe that the beer I drank at Standard Tap was 6.7% ABV. 5.4% is much more realistic.