Does rye count on the malt side? Either way, this beer fits, with a link to the Instagram post/video from all three collaborators describing it: Carolina Riverbend Rye by Three Notch'd and Ornery, both from Virginia. The beer was brewed with coastal Virginia malts and Carolina rye processed by a Carolina malt house. The can I reviewed was on its best by date, so maybe the hops had faded (though maybe not after only about 3 month), but it had a nice old school amber ale-like malt base and a nice bit of spice from the rye. Other cans were a little less rye-forward to me, but still full of malt/grain goodness - and I am not a big amber ale fan. Hopefully this at least becomes a seasonal, I'll be looking for it next spring at least.