Another Way To Rye - Turtle Anarchy Brewing Company
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Ratings: 37 | Reviews: 8 | Display Reviews Only:
3.81/5 rDev +0.5%
Reviewed at Broadway Brewhouse in Nashville, TN; full phone notes taken.
A- Clear red bodied pour from the tap to a pint glasd with a white head building to one finger. The cap has frothy texture and pretty good retention dying to a ring and cloud atop the brew. A huge sheet of lace at the top with drizzle and many spots below.
S- Hops are pronounced but there are a decent amount of grains to balance. Here the hops mostly come off as citrus and floral while the rye adds a distinct spicy sweet cracked grain note. Slight caramelized malt and bread.
T- Feels hoppier here than in the nose but just by a bit. Semi bitter grapefruit and orange zest with floral, pine, spicy, apricot and herbal notes as well. Grains a bit more reserved but rye spice, caramel sweets, toast and cereal grain notes provide plenty of balance. Yeast bread and slight fruit esters.
MF- Silky medium bodied with a creamy overall feel. Carbonation is medium high and quite smooth but some bite as well. The finish is moderately bitter.
Citrus hops with a fairly strong cracked rye malt balance. Solid and presents the rye correctly which is easier said than done.
08-18-2014 03:33:54 | More by cbutova
3.88/5 rDev +2.4%
Pours caramel browm with an amber hue and a big foamy khaki head. Aroma offers spice peppery spice, bread, citrus rind, and a little floral. Flavor follows suit with a piney bitterness also present. A creamy, medium bodied and active mouthfeel. Overall, nothing earthbreaking but a very solid and enjoyable rye ipa. If I had my growler on hand, I would have gone home with it filled with some of this.
08-07-2014 07:13:40 | More by denver10
3.45/5 rDev -9%
Had this on tap at a local place in downtown Chattanooga.
A: Reddish brown with a finger of head. Lacing didn't stick around. Looks good in the glass.
S: Spicy and earthy. Smells of piney hops. An IPA-like aroma blended together with the rye malt. Nice.
T: It's OK. Definitely hoppy and bitter. All earthy, piney, grassy hops in the taste for me. Spiciness from the rye malt.
MF: Not as balanced as I was hoping. It has a good body. A little awkward aftertaste, but not sure what it is.
O: A solid rye IPA. Not my favorite one but its good. I was a little disappointed because I've had this beer before and I really liked it, but this time I felt it lacking.
01-31-2014 18:26:59 | More by benloho
Another Way To Rye from Turtle Anarchy Brewing Company
85 out of 100 based on 37 ratings.