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The brewers over at Rabbit Hole have been nice enough to give us their recipe for their Rapture Fusion Brown Ale. This rich bold brown ale is a combination of an American Brown Ale and an English Brown Ale.

From the breweries website:
Rabbit Hole Brewing’s Rapture makes a statement, bringing the bold back to Brown Ales. A rich, toasted malt profile characterizes this English/American Fusion Brown Ale, with Pacific coast hops providing a balancing bitterness and subtle citrus character. A generous amount of Brown malt provides this beer with its signature toasted bread hook and ensures it stands apart from the normal. Are you ready for our Rapture?
Those who did not un-like our beer!
2015 - Great American Beer Festival: SILVER American Brown Ale; 2015 Best Little Brewfest in Texas: SILVER American Brown Ale; 2014 - Best Little Brewfest in Texas: GOLD - American Brown Ale; 2015 - Beverage Tasting Institute GOLD (95/100): American Brown Ale- "Dark brown color. Rich, creamy aromas of warm chocolate pudding and toasted banana nut bread with a soft, bright, bubbly, sweet medium body and a tingling, interesting, medium-long nuts, arugula, lemon pepper, and clay finish. A rock solid brown ale with a charmingly restrained British disposition." -Tastings.com;

Additional Information

Kit Type Extract
Beer Kit Makes 5 Gallons
Recipe & Instructions Recipe Not Available Online
Original Gravity 1.059
IBUs 33
Alcohol Content Medium: 4.0%-6.5%
Color Brown
Flavor Balanced
Country of Origin Other
Style Brown Ale

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Customer Reviews

Perfection Review by Robert
Disclaimer You should know I am a fan of Brown Ales. I always have been. Over my few years as a brewer it is the style I always come back to. This one is just perfect. The alcohol content is low enough for it to be sessionable. It has a nice big taste, and it is beautifully balanced with hints of chocolate, coffee, and fruit.

Two of my favorite things about this recipe: Even though it is a big bold ale, the taste is not so overpowering to cause your palate to tire the way some IPAs can cause (at least for me). The use of both American hops and English hops gives this beer the most interesting flavor.

MAKE THIS RECIPE! If you like Brown Ales you're going to LOVE this beer. (Posted on 4/1/2017)

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