A Kentucky Common, with a deep color and spicy notes from the chocolate rye used in the grain bill. This historical brew comes from the Louisville area of the Bluegrass State.
This lager is representative of the Pilsners made in the USA before Prohibition. 6-Row barley is used in the grain bill since 6-Row was the American variety of the time. With all that protein, flaked maize is used as an adjunct to boost the fermentables. A fair amount of Cluster hops gives the bitter balance to the brew to round out the red, white, and blue experience.