This big and bitter, slightly smoky Rye IPA is lavish in complexity; a rich, dry, malty, hoppy, dark, dark, big, big, beer, made with a rare barley strain imported from Germany. Yum! Only available at Station Tap Room in the Mount Snow Base Lodge.
Food Pairing: Try it with BBQ Brisket or Pulled Pork.
German Pilsner, US Rye, and UK Crystal Rye malts create a beautiful orange-red beer with a crisp spiciness from rye malt complemented by pine, citrus, and fresh ginger from US Chinook hops. Refreshing, quenching but full-flavored with a biscuity malt flavor underpinning the hops’ flavor and aroma.
BBQ, burgers, grilled meats or poultry, salads with summer fruit, citrus or vinegar based dressings. Flavor is robust enough to stand up to these spicy foods but the beer is quenching and refreshing to complement outside cooking and summer flavors.
Ticket to Rye is a Rye I.P.A. that offers the imbiber an opening act of rye spice, nicely woven into a hearty, bitter backup from an entire band of Nugget hops. The harmony created by these ingredients is just what any epic show calls for.
German and Polish sausages, cheddar cheese, beef stew
A straight up American Brown Ale spiced with German and Canadian rye. The color is a rich medium brown with a creamy golden head and plenty of sweet, fruity malt notes in the nose. The flavors include malted sugars, candied fruits and pumpernickel bread balanced with an abrupt citrus and herbal hop character at the finish.
Pastrami sandwiches, German sausages, ham, medium cheddar cheese
Roggenbier is a German term describing a beer that is made with rye malt. They are usually made with wheat malt as well and they are always ales. Some have characteristics of hefeweizens. Ours is similar in this regard, thus the name “Roggen Weizen”. This beer is made with malted rye, wheat, and barley. It is fermented with a Bavarian wheat yeast so it has the same yeast profile as a German hefeweizen. It is unfiltered and cloudy in appearance.
THE ABITA SELECTION
Our roggen weizen is versatile and can be paired with almost anything. It is very good with most salads and also cheese plates. It is also a perfect match for traditional New Orleans-style brunches. This beer can accompany veal and most seafood dishes.