21 Oct Red Yeti Brewing in Jeffersonville Releases its First Beer
It was a long wait for Paul Ronau, whose wife Brandi opened Red Yeti Brewing back in May. The restaurant portion took off quickly, backed by a lineup of guest taps. But brewing had to be placed on the back burner.
But Ronau, a long-time home brewer, kept things moving forward, installing a small brewing system and getting all the licenses in place. He began brewing a few weeks ago, and the culmination was the Saturday release of Sterling Pale Ale, named for the Sterling hops with which it was brewed. The first tapping was not a full keg, so it sold out quickly, but a full keg went on tap on Oct. 14.
The result of Red Yeti’s first effort is a very drinkable beer that is sort of a cross between an English mild ale and an English bitter. The cloudy, golden ale isn’t what most will think of when they hear the term “pale ale,” which to many alludes to something hoppier and more bitter. Sterling Pale Ale is lightly carbonated and smooth in the more traditional pale ale vein, with a dry finish that yields only a small amount of bitterness and just a hint of grapefruit… CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL STORY AT INSIDER LOUISEVILLE