Killer Red Fresh Hop IRA from Double Mountain Brewery

Killer Red Fresh Hop IRA

By: Double Mountain Brewery

Product Description: Double Mountain Brewery - Killer Red Fresh Hop IRA - 500 ml Bottle

  • Size: 500 ml Bottle
  • Type: Fresh Hop
  • Alcohol Content: 7.20% ABV
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What's on the bottle...

It's harvest time again, which means just-picked Hops from the Willamette Valley. Notes of Apple, Pine and Orange dominate the intense flavor profile of Killer Red.

More from the brewer

Mother Nature is a wonder. Each year she decrees what her bounty will bring, regardless of what we think it should be. Thusly, Sodbuster Farms in Salem brought us two varieties of fresh hops; Perle, and Sterling. The consortium of these hops provides the Killer Red with aromas of blood orange, pineapple, and forest. A healthy malt bill balances the top end and lends candied fruit, biscuit, and caramel character to the tongue. When life hands you hops, make fresh hop beer!

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