Monday, June 7, 2010

The Bruery Rugbrød

Rugbrød poured a deep brown color with a thumb width, off white head. The aroma is malty, sweet breadlike. The body is short, malty, with a nuttiness, lots of rye and big amounts of spices throughout. The finish is packed with spices and leaves a dry finish. There was plenty of spider web like lacing left on the glass.

Overall, this is one of the more interesting beers I have tried in a long time. The label claims it is a danish-style rye ale, with The Bruery's website calling it a brown ale. The spices and malty backbone give off a Belgian-style winter warmer taste.

The Bruery - Rugbrød Pronunciation from benjamin weiss on Vimeo.

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