Hidden in the cold ground in the dark of winter, lie little seeds of hope. So, to help hasten the spring thaw, we give you an ale bursting with the spicy goodness of malted rye and floral, citrusy hops. An in-between-seasons seasonal, if you will.
Brewed in late Winter.
Original Gravity: 13.5° Plato
Alcohol by Volume: 5.8%
Color, (deg. L.): Crimson
Malts Utilized: US pale, US caramel rye, US pale rye, German chocolate rye, US flaked rye
Hops Utilized: Summit, Citra, dry-hopped: Citra, Experimental Hop #01210
Pairs nicely with jerk chicken and pork, south Indian curry, pepper jack cheese and Irish Salmon.
DOWN TO EARTH. OUT OF THIS WORLD.
This beautifully complex, boldly hopped, amber-colored IPA uses rye malt to give the beer a subtle spiciness. It’s bittered with Bravo and Nugget hops before heading to the hop back packed with whole flower Chinook. Finally, we bomb it with Centennial, Citra, Simcoe, and Columbus, creating a pungent ale with intense notes of citrus and pine.
KNOW YOUR YARDS
STYLE Rye IPA
ABV 6.2% / IBU 55 / PLATO 15
FORMATS 12oz and draft
AVAILABILITY January through March
SIGNIFICANT INGREDIENTS Rye malt, whole flower Chinook
PAIRINGS Roasted meats, sausages
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