Stone Sprocketbeir

Brewed By: 
Stone Brewing Co.
Self-Defined Style: 
Black Rye Kolsch
Strength (ABV): 
5.4% ABV

SprocketBier is the winner of the first ever Stone Spotlight Series intra-company brewing competition, SPRÖCKETBIER. An easy-drinking, silky smooth reinvention of an Old World style with a crisp yet flavorfully lasting finish, it had the goods to make good on its bid for brewing supremacy.

Bitter hops : Magnum
Flavor hops: Hallertauer Hersbrucker (in the whirlpool)
Malt bill: 2-Row Pale Malt, Flaked Rye, Light Munich Malt, Carafa III.

Appearance: Pours black with a rich tan head.
Aroma: Coffee, fruity esters from the Kölsch yeast strain, spice and hints of smoke.

Summit Frost Line Rye

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Brewed By: 
Self-Defined Style: 
Rye Ale
Strength (ABV): 
5.8% ABV

Brewed to help fight off the deep freeze.

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
IBUs: 55
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

Best With: 
Food Pairings: Pairs nicely with jerk chicken and pork, south Indian curry, pepper jack cheese and Irish Salmon.

Yards Rye

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Brewed By: 
Yards Brewing Company
Self-Defined Style: 
Strength (ABV): 
6.2% ABV
Bitterness (IBU): 
55 IBU

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.

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

Sebago Bonfire Rye

Product - Sebago Bonfire
Brewed By: 
Sebago Brewing Company
Self-Defined Style: 
Hoppy Rye Ale
Strength (ABV): 
5.7% ABV
Color (SRM): 
22º L
Bitterness (IBU): 
53 IBU

Bonfire Rye is a seasonal brew from Sebago. The malts complement the generous amount of late-addition of American hops. This creates a perfect balance between the earthiness of the rye and the resinous hoppy aroma.

Best With: 
Grilled beef and sausage, medium cheeses

Left Hand Fade to Black, Volume 5

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Brewed By: 
Left Hand Brewing
Self-Defined Style: 
Black Rye Ale
Strength (ABV): 
7.8% ABV

Summer is over, but cheer up pretty people, it's time for the newest installment in our Fade to Black Series.

Allagash Saison Rye

Brewed By: 
Self-Defined Style: 
Saison Rye
Strength (ABV): 
7.9% ABV

Saison Rye-
Saison Rye is a golden hued beer, brewed with a 2-row blend and malted rye. It was hopped with with both Styrian Gold and Bravo hops. Fermented with a French farmhouse yeast strain, this beer exhibits traditional saison notes of spice and tropical fruit in the aroma. Citrus and peppery spice dominate the flavor and make way for pleasant malt characters. Saison Rye is full bodied with a surprisingly dry finish. 7.9% ABV

Boulder fRYEd Fresh-Hopped Rye Pale Ale

Brewed By: 
Self-Defined Style: 
Rye Pale Ale
Strength (ABV): 
6.0% ABV
Bitterness (IBU): 
40 IBU

Our 2013 hop harvest special release, fRYEd Fresh-Hopped Rye Pale Ale, will be fresh-hopped* with Chinooks from the Still Wind Hop Farm on Colorado’s Western Slope imparting tropical fruit notes to its flavor and aroma. Generous amounts of toasted rye add complexity with a spicy, nutty flavor.

French Broad Rye Hopper

Brewed By: 
Beer Here
Self-Defined Style: 
Rye Beer
Strength (ABV): 
5.9% ABV

The Ryehopper began as a fall seasonal and has now found it’s way into our regular line-up. The brewers noticed a lack of rye beers in the Asheville area and wanted to fill that gap. This beer represents assistant brewer Chris Richards’ first recipe released by the brewery. The malted rye contributes both a rounded maltines and a sharp earthy flavor, bridging the maltiness of the barley and the bitterness of the hops. In essence, the Ryehopper is a hoppy rye beer. Seriously, what else did you expect?

Best With: 
Cuisine (German) Cheese (peppery; Monterey / Pepper Jack) General (Salad) Meat (Pork)

Green Flash Hop Odyssey Imperial Red Rye IPA

Beer Style - India Pale Ale
Brewed By: 
Green Flash
Self-Defined Style: 
Re dRye IPA
Strength (ABV): 
8.5% ABV
Bitterness (IBU): 
80 IBU

Bigger, bolder, and hoppier is what you get in Green Flash's Imperial Red Rye IPA...how unusual! This is quite possibly the most amount of flavor that can be packed into a glass of red ale. Columbus hops set the stage for the newly available Mosaic hops (released in 2013) to shine through the rich crystal malt base and a touch of rye malt adds a spicy dryness to accentuate the hop character further.

Samuel Adams Little White Rye

Product - Samuel Adams Little White Rye
Brewed By: 
Samuel Adams
Self-Defined Style: 
White Rye Beer
Strength (ABV): 
5.3% ABV
Color (SRM): 
7º L

This hazy golden brew appears to be a classic witbier with its bright notes of orange citrus & coriander, but there’s a bit more mischief up its sleeve. Behind its sweet exterior lies an intriguing blend of white sage and rye for an earthy, spicy, and thoroughly refreshing brew

Best With: 
Nachos, Indian food, jerk chicken
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