American Strong Ale | 8.1% ABV | -% IBU
Dark Fruit, Dank, Ripe.
A copper amber color with a vivid orange aura is a good indication that your beer will have some caramel character. This red vividly portrays caramel flavors; from initial sweetness transitioning into darker and almost burnt caramel flavors. Because of the emphasis on caramel malts it feels heavy and sweet, however the darker caramel notes also provide contrasting bitterness which lingers through the after taste.
Pryes Brewing is an a gem of a taproom to those that know it. Known mainly for their signature IPA, Miraculum – which is offered in both regular and on nitro in taproom – fans know that Pryes Brewing has much more to offer.
The taproom has a Zagat-rated kitchen by Red Wagon Pizza, a riverside patio, as well as a feather bowling lane. But more than this, Pryes’ focus on small-batch beers has produced a number of quality brews that have flown under the radar – namely their Imperial Pumpkin Ale and award-winning Barleywine.
Despite critical acclaim and recognition, Pryes holds true to their small-batch focused approach. Other than Miraculum, their other taproom brews are only identified by style, something they intend to maintain until the beer is worthy of trademarking in their eyes.