The Brewers at Red Door aren’t Trappist Monks, but they sure do like the beer they create in their monasteries. Red Door’s version of this Abbey style ale is made with a yeast strain from the Westmalle Brewery in Belgium. It’s slightly sweet up front with fruit and spice aromas and finishes dry.
Bad Moon Ryesing Black RyePA
The lone hop Columbus provides a resinous aroma and a slight bitterness on the finish. Pair that with roasted rye and you get a complex hybrid beer. Whether you call it a black IPA or a Cascadian Dark Ale, this beer will definitely give your taste buds a wakeup call.