Full Sail Releases Pub Series Double Bock

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From Full Sail:

Full Sail Brewing has just announced the release of Double Bock. This is the brewery’s latest release in its rotating line of classic style beers called the Full Sail Pub Series.

Full-Sail-Double-Bock-Bottle“After a long day on the mountain carving turns, snowboarders and skiers make their way down the mountain to warm up and relive all those great runs in our Brew Pub. Our Double Bock helps fuel the stories of deep powder and epic yard sales. It’s lush and full-bodied with hints of caramel, coffee and chocolate in the aroma followed by flavors of caramel and dried figs with a long creamy smooth finish. Brewed with 2 row Pale, Munich, Caramel, and Chocolate Malts and hopped with Santiam and Perle hops,” said Jamie Emmerson, Full Sail’s Executive Brewmaster.

This gold medal winner will be available in six packs on draft for the next 90 days. Double Bock has an ABV 7.0% and IBU 34.

“Anyone lucky enough to stop for a pint at our Pub in Hood River, Oregon, will tell you: It’s a spectacular place to share a beer with friends. The Full Sail Pub Series is our attempt to capture that experience in a bottle and share it with all our customers who have not had a chance to visit us first hand. We can offer you a taste of our Pub in this rotating series of classic beers previously enjoyed only by our guests at the brewery. Each selection will be available for only 90 days before the next gets its turn to shine. Just like each epic season in the Gorge,” added Irene Firmat, Full Sail Brewing Company’s Founder and CEO.

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