Koytus

the conjugation of oats and hops

This pale, dutch style ale – koyt – is unusual due to the high percentage of oat malt. The overall aroma of this beer is grain emphasized, with a bready accent. The true uniqueness of this beer lies in it’s malt bill. Koytus is 45% oat malt, has a minimum of 20% wheat malt and the rest is pale malt. This year we have fiddled with the style, cutting the caramel notes to a barely detectable level, allowing the oats and wheat to really speak for themselves. A fair amount of Bravo, Centennial and Delta hops are used late in the boil to give a citrus and noble hop character without being too hoppy. The result?  A crisp summer beer with a silky mouth feel. Your mouth is gonna need protection…

JULY – SEPTEMBER 2016: 22 oz. bottles

Koytus pint

Beer Nerd Details

STYLE ABV IBU
dutch koyt 5.4 22
MALT HOPS OTHER
45% oat, 25% wheat bravo, centennial, delta gluten



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