Double Mountain Bourbon Chaos is debuts this month, the third batch in the brewery’s barrel-aged series.
The base beer for Double Mountain Bourbon Chaos is an Belgian-style imperial stout that has been tucked away in bourbon barrels for over a year. According to the brewery, the aging has biking this beer notes of vanilla, caramel, and molasses, with a touch of fig and blackberry in the finish.
“Sometimes it’s best to put a beer to rest, forget about it for a year or so, and then bring it back to life. Well done, father time”- Matt Swihart, Double Mountain Brewmaster
Double Mountain Bourbon Chaos is available in the brewery’s taprooms now in an unspecified bottle size, and throughout the northwest in early February, 2017.
11% ABV, 100+ IBUs
Double Mountain Molten Lava is back int eh Hood River, Oregon lineup, first released in 2008.
The popular imperial IPA uses dry-hopped with whole flower hops, making the beer aggressive without being bitter.
Molten Lava is the most aggressive IPA Double Mountain brews, yet it manages a great balance while still achieving full hop overdrive. Dry-hopped with enormous bagfuls of whole hop flowers, which provide added aroma and flavor without harsh bitterness.
Double Mountain Molten Lava is available on draft, and 22 ounce bottles throughout the Northwest, British Columbia, and Southern California as early as mid-July, 2016.
Style: Imperial IPA
Availability: 22oz Bottles, Draft. Summer Seasonal.
Latest Return: July, 2016
9% ABV, 90+ IBUs
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