Double Mountain Releasing Fresh Hop Killer Beers

From Double Mountain:


It's our favorite time of year- fresh hop season. The brewers have been working hard to brew up our three cherished seasonal fresh hop beers for all of you to enjoy! This is the freshest fresh hop beer you can find, make sure to make the most of the season by stopping by one of our taprooms to taste these in person, or get yourself a bottle to enjoy at home. The season doesn't last long and these beers move quick, make sure to get them while you can!

*Killer Red & Killer Green available now, Killer Juicy to be released later this week.  zzubreebym


7.0% ABV 78 BU

Killer Red is the first fresh hop beer we make each year with the first Centennials off the bines, the hops arriving within two hours of being harvested. Piles of the fresh hops are heaped in to the secondary for a massive dry hopping, giving this IRA aromas of Northwest rainforest, tangerine, and ripe grapefruit.


7.3% ABV 95 BU

It’s that time again. We bring you Killer Green, loaded with Strata picked fresh from Crosby Hop farms. These juicy little pearls were jam packed with sticky lupulin this year, delivering sticky ripe citrus, dewy evergreen, and some lovely tropical cannabis aromas. Be Green. Drink Killer Green.


5.4% ABV 25 BU

A dense tropical rainforest drips with sticky, delicious mango, ripe summer peach, light cannabis, and deep orange. With Strata hops this fresh from our friends at Crosby Farms, the decision to make this beer was the right call. Clearly.

*To be released later this week.

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