McMenamins Beer (All Years) — photo 100 of 140: A Rye Baby Pale Ale that I enjoyed on the patio in front of the McMenamins Old Church and Pub, located in the southern Portland metro area city of Wilsonville, Oregon. According to the brewer:
“Don’t let the use of rye scare you! This is one exceptionally-​refreshing pale ale. Rye adds a distinct spicy malt character along with aromas of toffee, allspice and caramel. A special blend of Northwest hops complement the beer with notes of evergreen and pine before fading to a smooth resinous finish. This radiantly golden-​colored ale is light in body and big on flavor. Take a break from your standard pale ale and try a pint of this delicious quaffable creation. Don’t be a cry baby, it’s just rye, baby!” Measurements: 5.4% ABV • 62 IBU
My notes from that day read: “Now this is a good rye beer! It’s infinitely better than the Ryeled Up rye beer I had last week at White Eagle. I would have this again! It seems to have a bit of a citrus taste ... I guess that is the IBU 62.” August 1, 2016.
This photo is originally from the album McMenamins Wilsonville 2016 (opens in new window).
Camera used: Olympus OM-D E-M5 with Panasonic Lumix 12-35mm f/2.8 zoom lens.
For further details about the story behind this photo, see the related article McMenamins Wilsonville on Swiss National Day.
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