Back for another years, Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom releases Killer Green Fresh Hop IPA and Killer Red Fresh Hop IRA

image of Killer Green courtesy Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom

Press Release

Hood River, OR - September 20th, 2017 –Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom welcomes fresh hop season with the Killer Red Fresh Hop IRA & Killer Green Fresh Hop IPA. These well balanced fresh hop ales are currently available on draft and in bottles at the downtown Hood River Taproom and SE Portland Taproom in the Woodstock neighborhood. Killer Red and Killer Green can also be found throughout the Northwest, and British Columbia.

“We happily brewed through fire and smoke. Fresh hop brewing is our favorite time of year, so it makes it all worthwhile.”  Greg Balch, brewer

Killer Green, Fresh Hop IPA
7.6% ABV, 95 BU

Description: It’s harvest time! Sodbuster Farms in the Willamette Valley graced us with some beautiful Centennial and Simcoe hops straight from the vine. Fresh, bright evergreen, red fruit and blood orange lead the way, pulling juicy pine and kind herb in tow through the finish.

Be green. Drink Killer Green.

Killer Red, Fresh Hop IRA
7.3% ABV, 78 BU

Description: Hops from Sodbuster Farms in the Willamette Valley are picked, transported, and put in to the brew within two hours. The exorbitant amount of fresh Perle whole leaf hops heaped in to the kettle and hop back give this juiced up IRA a wonderful ripe apple, dank forest, and fruited pine flavors and aromas.

About Double Mountain Brewery and Taproom: Double Mountain Brewery and Taproom was established in 2007 in the heart of downtown Hood River, OR. Founder Matt Swihart opened the brewery with a clear mission: make great beer for craft beer fans. Their unique location lends to not only using pure and clean glacial water for their beers, but they also take advantage of regionally grown hops. With their reusable bottle program, customers love the softer environmental footprint and know they are part of a solution to sustainability. They can be found on tap and in bottles throughout the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia. Learn more at