Leaning Barn Farmhouse Ale
Shade can be hard to come by in the summer, and a barn—even a leaning one, is welcome shelter from the sun. The name, “Leaning Barn” was inspired by the iconic Old Tate Barn on Idaho 55 between Boise and McCall. This ale has a light, refreshing flavor with lemon and orange citrus aromas, a touch of tart and a dry finish. We brew it in the spring, just in time to make it a part of your summer survival kit.
- Color wtf?
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International Bitterness Units. A system of indicating the hop bitterness in finished beer. This measurement depends on the style of beer. Light lagers typically have an IBU rating between 5-10 while big, bitter India Pale Ales can have an IBU rating between 50 and 70.
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The hue or shade of a beer, primarily derived from grains, sometimes derived from fruit or other ingredients in beer. Beer styles made with caramelized, toasted or roasted malts or grains will exhibit increasingly darker colors. The color of a beer may often, but not always, allow the consumer to anticipate how a beer might taste.
A measurement of the alcohol content of a solution in terms of the percentage volume of alcohol per volume of beer.
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- 2-Row, Pilsner, Rye
- Hops wtf?
Processed barley that has been steeped in water, germinated on malting floors or in germination boxes or drums, and later dried in kilns for the purpose of converting the insoluble starch in barley to the soluble substances and sugars in malt.
A perennial climbing vine, also known by the Latin botanical name Humulus lupulus Apart from contributing bitterness, hops impart aroma and flavor, and inhibit the growth of bacteria in wort and beer. Hops are added at the beginning (bittering hops), middle (flavoring hops), and end (aroma hops) of the boiling stage, or even later in the brewing process (dry hops).