Rhythm Section

Saison brewed with spices.

Alcohol per volume: 5%
Volume: 750mL, 19.5L keg, 29.3L keg
Ingredients: Malted barley, barley, wheat, hops, spices, water, yeast

Rhythm Section is an expression of our breweries’ mutual love of experimenting with spices and other unusual brewing ingredients.  The elements of this balance, nuanced beer work as a unit, each contributing their part without dominating the conversation.

This beer was brewed in collaboration with Upright Brewing of Portland, OR.

Pairings

Suggested pairing: Art Pepper Meets the Rhythm Section.

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