I think a full post on rye beers is in order because I’ve had two in a row that I’ve really enjoyed, Two Brothers’ Cane and Ebel, and Founders Red’s Rye PA. First impressions: these are complex beers, the Cane and Ebel tending toward dark, smooth, and malty and the Red’s Rye more on the spicy, hoppy side. The Red’s Rye also had a nice thirst-quenching effect, perfect for chilling out on a muggy fall equinox. Both available at Top Hops—they just kicked the Cane and Ebel but should be getting more.

I think a full post on rye beers is in order because I’ve had two in a row that I’ve really enjoyed, Two Brothers’ Cane and Ebel, and Founders Red’s Rye PA. First impressions: these are complex beers, the Cane and Ebel tending toward dark, smooth, and malty and the Red’s Rye more on the spicy, hoppy side. The Red’s Rye also had a nice thirst-quenching effect, perfect for chilling out on a muggy fall equinox. Both available at Top Hops—they just kicked the Cane and Ebel but should be getting more.

  1. snackish posted this