HuskerTan (2470) - Ravenna, Nebraska, USA - JAN 27, 2018
A- Rye, mild citrus, subtle pine.
A- Copper brown color, cloudy liquid, off white head.
T- Rye, bitter, citrus, pine, malty.
P- Medium body, average texture, average carbonation, bitter finish.
O- Had this sitting around for a while so at a solid year old, it probably wasn't in it's prime. All things considered, it was pretty good. Tons of malt and rye that pretty much overpower everything. Completed with a touch of pine and citrus bitterness. Liked it a lot better than I thought I might. pinbackpro (12) - - SEP 9, 2017
Too sweet. Very malt forward. Really have to search for the rye. Citrus and pine hop. Good head retention.
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Can from Craft Brewed. Pours a deep, clear brown with a soapy head that lingers. Plum, rye bread and piney hops dominate the nose. Very bitter on the palate, with some burnt caramel and more pine. Very dry and bitter finish. Not really my kind of rye ipa. rollinsr (855) - Atlanta, GEORGIA - JUL 17, 2017
Pours amber with a thin film of off white head. Aroma is sweet malts with floral hop character. Flavor is bitter fruits with nutty bark tones and a crisp glassy sweet finish.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone itakeyourdrugs (3) - - JUN 19, 2017 does not count
I have no desire to write a review. This app now requires it since it was bought. I use it for my benefit, not yours.
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NachlamSie (3617) - Denver, Colorado, USA - JUN 8, 2017
Can from Casual Pint. Pours out a thick, deep amber with a tall head. Grassy hops are in the aroma with very heavy rye. This is backed up by caramel notes and a distant soapiness. Mouthfeel is medium with pleasant carbonation. Tons of rye gives the flavor a satisfying hearty spice. Combined with the hops, it seems a tad metallic, but not bad. Citrus starts to come out in the finish. MetalNHopHead (2308) - Lincoln, Nebraska, USA - APR 30, 2017
By their very nature, hops can be pretty overwhelming. Sometimes that means that Rye IPA’s end up tasting like regular IPA’s. That’s not the case with Another Way to Rye. This orange-brown beer has a lot of grassy, spicy rye. The hops don’t get outdone by any means, though. There’s a lot of pithy citrus and earth. Long bitter finish. The rye and aggressive hops make this beer intense, but it’s still approachable. This is one of the better Tennessee beers I’ve gotten to try. oobawa (1922) - Tennessee, USA - DEC 22, 2016
Tingly and lingering like a good rye IPA should be, but the sweet malt center might be a little too heavy for its own good. Gets thick in the middle, a tad syrupy with a deep caramel vein, until the piney hop finish rouses all the loafers. Not bad, but could use a little more vitriol. Headbanger (4022) - Aurora, Illinois, USA - JAN 22, 2016
Draft 7/22/15 (Brewhouse-South)-Pours clear golden with a small white head. Aroma of rye, caramel, malt, and hops. Taste of the same. This light to medium bodied brew was downright tasty. Nice job. aracauna (3734) - Georgia, USA - JUL 2, 2015
Not really hoppy enough to qualify for IPA, but a solid malt backbone and a bitter hop finish. A little astringent.