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Rye Pale Ale

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This beer is not for the tame of heart. It balances aggressiveness with smoothness.

Microbrewed with Rye and a Gold Medal Winner at the 2002 Great American Beer Festival

On a side not the Brewery commissioned Richard Biffle to do some of the label art, he also did poster art for the Grateful Dead.

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Pros: Taste, Ry Flavor, Unique
Great Beer. The Rye really adds a unique quality to the brew. I am not usually a big fan of pale ales as they tend to be to heavy on the hops for me, but the Rye adds a sweetness that balances out the beverage.
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