Grapevine Lakefire

Brewed by Grapevine Craft Brewery

Rye Pale Ale5.5% ABV42 IBU

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Made in the American tradition of pale ales, Lakefire boasts a well balanced hop profile followed by a slightly sweet malt character that perfectly supports the spiciness of malted rye. The use of rye is this beer serves to dry the finish and lends a crisp mouthfeel. Because of that dry finish, the hop character is primarily upfront. Flavorful and citrusy with the pale ale hop aroma you’d expect, but with a slight breadiness from the rye, the finish is just as big on malt profile as it is on hops. Its partly what makes this pale ale very unique.

Food Pairing: burgers, BBQ, fried foods

Awards: 2015 Best Little Brewfest in Texas - Silver Medal for American Pale
2015 Brewski Awards - Platinum Medal - Best of Show for Rye Ale
2015 North American Beer Awards - Silver Medal for Rye Beer
2015 Denver International Beer Competition - Bronze Medal - American Pale Ale
2016 Best Little Brewfest in Texas - Silver Medal - American Pale Ale

Hops: Magnum, Centennial, Cascade

Grains/Adjuncts: Rye Malt, Pale Malt 2-row, Crystal Malt

Yeast: American Ale

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Available near Ashburn, Virginia

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