Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Dangerous Man Brown Rye

Dangerous Man Brown Rye Ale. 5.4% ABV.

Dark brown coloring, lush, creamy head, looking good.

Sweet aromatics, toffee, brown sugar, with a little rye malt spice coming through. Nice.

In the mouth: starts off dry and a little bitter, leading to lush malt. Rich dark flavors go deep in this one. Spicy rye malt character adds to complexity. Nicely balanced. Sweetness never goes near cloying, rye malt keeps things interesting. I like it.

From the website:
FLAVOR NOTES
An American ale with plenty of toasted and brown malts. Fruity esters play on the nose and blend with the spiciness of the rye. The American Ale yeasts provides for a just over medium body for this apt fall delight.
MALTS USED
Pale, Rye, Chocolate Rye, Crystal, Special Roast, Black Prinz
HOPS USED
Herkules, Columbus, Glacier
YEAST USED
American

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