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Beer Man: Rye, sage add unique twist to Little White Rye

2:49 PM, Jun. 14, 2013
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There is no question that a good warm-weather beer style is Belgian witbier, with its light, crisp body, addition of wheat and oat grains, and spice flavors of orange peel and coriander.

Samuel Adams seems determined to try out every combination it can with the style, with past offerings including White Ale, Summer Ale, Imperial White, Blackberry Wit, White Lantern (with grains of paradise and tangerine peel) and now its Little White Rye summer offering.

The twist in this recipe is not just the use of rye grain but also sage, an herb I've never encountered in a beer before. Like thyme and ...

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