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.
A 400 year old recipe using Pilsner malt, raw wheat, and Spelt malt. Noble Hallertau Mittelfrüh hops are used, and a Belgian Abbey strain of yeast give this Trappist Ale quite the traditional aroma and flavor. Steady as she goes, though, as it is 7.0% ABV.