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Falls City Brewing Co.
Solidarity among beers
Once you go black IPA you don’t go back IPA
Bust out your favorite fall jacket and warm your spirits with this nutty, earthy and spicy Harvest Ale. Brewed with five grains and flavored with molasses and pecans, it's perfect for fall festivals or after you've finished jumping in a big pile of leaves. (Description provided by company)
Red in color. Unique in taste. Toasty Munich and sweet caramel malts are balanced carefully with the spiciness of rye and caraway to create a highly-sessionable seasonal. (Description provided by company)
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Falls City Maibock is a style with deep roots not only in Europe but in Louisville as well. The Maibock is a pale lager brewed during the winter, and ready just in time for spring. The copious amounts of Vienna and Pilsner malts are balanced by German Noble hops.
Summer is here, so kick back with this Palisades and Citra-hopped Session IPA. It's full of flavor - the IPA bite you love, but carefully balanced so you can enjoy it all summer long. (Description provided by company)
The Kentucky Common is a style of beer that started in Louisville. And at one point, more than 75 percent of Louisvillians drank Commons before the style disappeared during Prohibition. Today we craft this rich, easy-drinking ale with corn, barley and rye-just the way it used to be made.
The Hipster Repellant IPA has a piney and citrusy hop character that is balanced nicely by a caramel and toffee malt base. An extra dose of Citra hops was added for dry hopping to give this beer a character that will outlast any trend. (Description provided by company)