In this special Beer Camp blog, we are going to sample another beer from Sierra Nevada Beer Camp. It is their Pat-Rye-Ot Revolutionary Pale Ale. If you read my earlier beer blog posts on their beers, you know the history of this West Coast craft brewery. If you have not, please, read them to get to know this California base craft brewery. Let us get into this pale ale.
It has a unfiltered lemonade like color. It is a nice bright yellow with a white constant head. The aroma has a heavy Rye notes. The taste has a heavy rye notes with rye to hop bitter aftertaste. It is a pretty drinkable beer.
Here is a description from their website (www.beercamp.sierranevada.com):
Revolutionary Pale Ale
Pat-Rye-Ot is an “old-meets-new” take on a pale ale by brewers all located in the original 13 colonies. It features rye and apples, which were among the first ingredients used by American brewers in the colonies, alongside bold American hops—hallmarks of our modern craft beer “revolution.”
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In closing, I was not sure how I was going to feel about this beer. I was expecting a dark color beer because of the Rye. I was pretty stun that it was almost a golden color. I enjoyed the aroma notes. There is some nice Rye notes in the tasting profile. It is different. I like it. This is what I am looking for to this limited release. I believe everyone needs to take notes from this beer. I highly recommend this beer. Go get some! Drink it! Enjoy it! Metal it! \m/
Bill DJ Weiser