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Review: Alaskan Brewing Company Imperial Rye

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alaskan imperial ryeNot to be confused with Alaskan’s Imperial Red Ale, this IPA brewed with rye cuts a surprisingly nutty character, offering notes of bracing, traditional IPA hops plus a backbone that features chocolate, coffee, and lingering notes of baking spice. Consumed straight from the fridge, it sticks closely to the IPA side of things. As it warms, the more seductive, dessert-like notes come to the fore. It’s a lovely little hybrid that manages to keep its feet in both worlds and achieves a nice little tap dance between them.

8.5% abv.

A- / $9 per 22 oz. bottle / alaskanbeer.com

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