7 Beauties Rye - The Brewer's Art
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Ratings: 6 | Reviews: 4 | Display Reviews Only:
3.9/5 rDev -0.5%
On tap at Brewer's Art served in a Brewer's Art Chalice
A: Coppery amber with a thin although dense white head that lingered for the first several sips. After the initial sips there was a nice ring of foam that lingered for most of the remainder. Nice lacing initially but very little after the beer warmed some.
S: Loads of spicy rye tinged with other bready, biscuity malts. Hops are barely noticeable in the aroma.
T: Follows that of the smell, lots of peppery notes from the rye with some hops to help balance out the middle. The finish dries slightly with a nice after bite from the rye.
M: Light bodied with a fair amount of carbonation.
D: Fantastic beer and one that I would recommend to those that like rye in their beers.
02-18-2012 00:43:52 | More by ArrogantBastage
3.68/5 rDev -6.1%
On tap at Max's the other night.
The beer pours an amber, copper color with good head retention and lacing. The rye aroma is full and intense in this beer, but is nicely coupled with brown sugar and dry chocolate. Flavors on the palate replicate the nose for the most part, though the rye really dominates the flavor profile. There is a light sweetness to this beer and the beer has some surprising richness and weight to it. It comes across as at least medium bodied, which is surprising given the abv. Drinkability is pretty good, with alcohol well disguised. The rye, I thought, was a bit over the top for me, but nevertheless, was an easy to enjoy beer. Not bad at all.
05-12-2009 16:37:19 | More by John_M
4.03/5 rDev +2.8%
This beer had a deep copper body with small tan head, it was served in a goblet. The was a hint of rye in the nose with a nice woody/grassy hop scent and sweet bready background. The taste was malty sweet and balanced with the rye and a bitter hop finish, nothing was out of place or dominant everything was balanced. It went really well with their sausage plate, espcially the sauer kraut. The mouthfeel was on the light side of medium with a slightly dry finish. This was a real drinkable beer, the alcohol level was low enought to have more than one and the dry finish was very refreshing.
10-29-2008 15:23:27 | More by orsulacp
4.18/5 rDev +6.6%
A - A deep copper w/ light tan head that allows a nice collar of lace
S - Roasted and sweet bready aromas, Slightly yeasty rye scented
M - Light bodied, roasty, crisp and dry
T - Chocolate malt flavored core with rye teasing the tip of the tongue. Light bitterness and sweet candied finish. Ever so light woody hop hint
D - A very good rye ale - subtle and balanced, worth having with food (burger) or on its own. Blends of hop bitterness mesh well w/ medium roasted blend of 7 malts.
05-24-2007 15:56:36 | More by Slatetank
7 Beauties Rye from The Brewer's Art
- out of 100 based on 6 ratings.