The Mystery of Hop Henge… Solved!
HOP HENGE IMPERIAL IPA
The Ultimate in Hop Innovation
Deschutes Brewerys Hop Henge Imperial IPA returns to the Bond Street Series line-up this April in extreme fashion. Staying true to the experimental nature of the series and the never settle philosophy of Deschutes, our brewers went back to the drawing board to create an amplified version of last years monument to hops.
Head Brewer Brett Porter says, This is a truly exciting and groundbreaking beer. We reformulated everything about the hop recipe to give Hop Henge an extraordinary aroma and flavor similar to a fresh hop beer. In addition to the Cascade and Centennial hops, Deschutes Brewery is experimenting with a hop variety so new that it has yet to be named.
The team at the Bend Deschutes Brewery and Public House recommends Hop Henge as the perfect accompaniment for a variety of spicy foods, so be sure to have a bottle handy next time you make a batch of hot wings and go for the five alarm award. The high-octane hoppiness is a wildly refreshing antidote to a wide array of hot foods.
Hop Henge Imperial IPA will be available in 22-ounce bottles and on draft throughout the western United States for just three months April, May & June. Dont miss this amazing hop experiment that is sure to leave your taste buds begging for more. 8.75% Alcohol by Volume (ABV) 95 International Bitterness Units (IBU) About Deschutes Brewery: Deschutes Brewery was founded in 1988 by Gary Fish as the Deschutes Brewery and Public House. Over the years, Deschutes has maintained its commitment to innovation and exceptional quality with flagship beers such as Mirror Pond Pale Ale and Black Butte Porter, as well as new additions like The Abyss and Hop Trip.
This year, Deschutes Brewery celebrates their 20th Anniversary, along with the opening of their new Portland Brewery and Public House. For more information about Deschutes Brewery and their award winning beers, please visit www.deschutesbrewery.com.
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