Killer Green Fresh Hop IPA from Double Mountain Brewery

Killer Green Fresh Hop IPA

By: Double Mountain Brewery

Product Description: Double Mountain Brewery - Killer Green Fresh Hop IPA - 500 ml Bottle

  • Size: 500 ml Bottle
  • Type: Fresh Hop
  • Alcohol Content: 7.50% ABV
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What's on the bottle...

It's harvest time again, which means just-picked Hops from the Willamette Valley. Killer Green delivers hints of Mint and other Herbal notes, with a resiny kick.

More from the brewer

This time of year is magical. The light gets long on the vines and the brewery starts working round the clock, keeping up with the fresh hops coming through the door. This year’s Killer Green again uses Brewer’s Gold from Sodbuster Farms, and we packed over one hundred and fifty pounds of these babies per batch in various parts of the brewing process. Spicy pine, kind herb, and crisp fruit dominate the nose, and it’s evened with a rounded, brioche malt body that compliments the profuse amount of hops used in this brew.

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