Against The Grain Kamen Knuddeln beer

Against The Grain Kamen Knuddeln

Sour Ale · 6.5% ABV · ~160 calories

Against The Grain Brewery · Louisville, KY

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    220.6 miles away · 201 Broad Avenue, Fairview, NJ 07022

    Beer Store · Menu Updated: 04/21/2021

    16oz Can $5.99

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    236.1 miles away · 349 Westbury Avenue, Carle Place, NY 11514

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    16oz Can $5.99

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    22oz Bottle $16.99

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    370.6 miles away · 30631 Jefferson Avenue, Saint Clair Shores, MI 48082

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    16oz 4 Pack Cans $29.99

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Beer Description

a deliciously complex tart flavor that plays with the spiciness of rye, while finishing with a dry crispness from the corn

Originally brewed as a conceptualization from our friends at the Nachbar….This historical anomaly is one of the only styles of beer indigenous to the USA and it was originally brewed right here in the Bluegrass! Much like our more beloved and covet cousin sour mash bourbon, this ale is brewed in the manner of ‘souring the mash’. First we start with a blend of grains similar to your favorite spirit, barley, rye, and corn and we start the sour mash. In that process, we are able to achieve a deliciously complex tart flavor that plays with the spiciness of rye, while finishing with a dry crispness from the corn. Moderately hopped to balance the sweetness of this Kentucky Common, one will get notes of dry fruit, sweet tarts, and hints of tannin from a very small amount of barrel aged character.

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