Lexington Breweries Craft Up Collaborative Beer

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Updated: 4/26/2013 8:43 am
Up-and-coming Lexington craft breweries, Country Boy Brewing and West Sixth Brewing, have combined their craft beer know-how to create "Country Western".

The "hoppy pale ale" will be released by the breweries during Lexington's first ever Craft Beer Week happening May 13th through the 19th.

According to a release, Country Western "is a hoppy pale ale that has been  moderately hopped and dry hopped with Noble hops from Germany. This will cause the beer to stand apart from a traditional citrus-y or pine-y American pale ale."

Craft Beer Week will celebrate several other emerging breweries that make up Lexington's beer scene.

For more information on the week's events, go here.

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