Rye India Pale Ale is a style of rye beer that has a solid hoppy character equivalent to the India pale ale. The rye India pale ale is a beer style that utilizations malted rye grains in the crush fixings. The option of rye includes a tart or zesty character to the beer. Its utilization has as of late developed in ubiquity among American Craft Brewers yet has been a conventional brewing grain for some eastern European breweries for a long time.
India pale ales have their own unmistakable history in the realm of beer and brewing. Rye started to be utilized in the creation of this style of beer since it was utilized famously in other staples of food and drink. It falls under the Rye Beer style of brewing and is regularly called a "RyePA" concerning its sister brew, the as of now referenced IPA. In America, rye has customarily been utilized in preparing for such things as pumpernickel bread just as in rye bourbon. It was anything but a mainstream fixing until the mid 2000s.