Jerrytall is an “Old” or “Stock Ale” in reference to 19th century breweries that would age this style a full year before serving. Old ales were normally amber to dark brown in color and malty sweet with complex acidic and dark fruity notes. Against the Grain’s take on the style obviously does not include the one year aging period, but we brewed our version with high quality English Maris Otter barley and acidulated malt to give a bit of an acidic tang.. Then we hopped liberally with English Nugget and German Hersbrucker. Fermented with a Scottish style yeast, resulting in a complex, rich and malty ale.
Brewer: Against the Grain Brewery
Style: Old Ale
Alcohol Content: 8.4%