Submitted by admin on Mon, 12/08/2008 - 6:19pm
Self-Defined Style:Rich Copper Ale
Medium bodied, lots of caramel malt. "This ale contains no actual copper but we're pretty literal... It looked coppery, so we lamely called it a copper ale. Lots'a nice caramel malt though..."
Best With:This clean copper ale can be used as a digestif or with game style meats like boar, veal or even a hearty steak. With its caramel notes this strong ale pairs with chocolates and sharp cheeses, as well as traditional bar foods. Affectionately known as "the Kronik," this California favorite is known to match best with a party and a good time.