ALCOHOL BY VOLUME Refers to how much alcohol is present in a given volume of an alcoholic beverage.
INTERNATIONAL BITTERNESS UNIT Measures a beer's bitterness from 1 being the least bitter and 100 being the most.
12 (Medium Amber)
STANDARD REFERENCE METHOD Used to specify beer color with 1 being the lightest and 40 being the darkest.
NY Pale Malt, C10 Malt, Rye Malt, and Chocolate Malt.
Chinook in the boil for bittering, Chinook and NY Cascade in the whirlpool for flavor and aroma.
Brewed using rye malt for a spicy grain character with moderate hop additions using American hop varietals for a spicy, citrus flavor and aroma. Once fermentation is finished, the beer is aged in our freshly emptied rye whiskey barrels for approximately 7 months.
A hazy copper/ambercolored appearance with strong oak, vanilla, and slightly fruity aromas. Peppery, spicy flavors and a light caramel roast flavor from the rye grains in the beer, and more strong wood and vanilla flavors that linger on the palate. Dry to medium-bodied ale with a medium bitterness and medium carbonation.Download Tech Sheet