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Kentucky Common

The second of the Revival Series, the Kentucky common is a early 20th century style native to Louisville. It’s a brown, dry, slightly sour ale brewed with a significant portion of corn. It is an interesting taste, to say the least.


food pairingsLighter fair such as salads or cold-cut sandwiches. The Kentucky Common would compliment the acidic zing of a good vinaigrette or mustard.

styleCream Ale

alcohol4.1% by volume

original gravity1.041

final gravity1.010

bitterness26 IBU

maltsPale malt, 6-row brewer’s malt, corn grits, caramel 120°L, chocolate malt

hopsCluster

OG
41
26
IBU
date brewed volume method
15 Sep 2008 3 gallons all grain
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