Joseph James Citra Rye

Brewed by Joseph James Brewing Co.

American Pale Ale5.4% ABV55 IBU

RateBeer Score    91 Overall   95 Style

A true amalgamation of unicorn tears and
awesomesauce, our medal winning Pale Ale will leave your palate demanding more. We start with 2-row, Vienna, and Rye malts leaving the beer straw-like in color with a bready malt flavor and a dry finish to accentuate the hop flavor we all
know and love. We then add Chinook, Centennial,
and of course, a massive load of Citra hops at
finishing, leaving you with enticing aromas of
lychee, gooseberry, and passion fruit delivered only by the unique Citra hop. Put this
full-frontal assault of deliciousness all up in your grill immediately!


Awards: Bronze - 2016 Denver International Beer Competition
Double Gold - 2015 DIBC
Gold - 2013 DIBC
Bronze - 2013 Great American Beer Festival

Hops: Citra, Centennial, Chinook

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

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