PORTLAND, Ore. — August 25, 2021 —Hopworks Urban Brewery (HUB), the first B Corp brewery in the Pacific Northwest, has released Fresh Hop Abominable Ale for its final year. Brewed with fresh, Salmon-Safe Centennial hops from Goschie Farms in Silverton, Oregon, this ale is available for a limited time only.
“Fresh hop season is always a special time of year,” said Matt Speckenbach, Head Brewer at Hopworks. “This season, we are celebrating the final return of Fresh Hop Abominable Ale. We hop with 350 lbs of fresh Centennials per batch, bringing out that piney, citrusy aroma and making the glass come alive with our seasonal favorite.”
2021 is the second and final release of Fresh Hop Abominable Ale. It’s available on tap and in 12oz 6-packs ($10) at Hopworks’ two locations on SE Powell Boulevard in Portland and SE Mill Plain Boulevard in Vancouver, Washington. Fresh Hop Abominable is also available on tap and in cans in the greater Portland area.
Hopworks plans to release two more fresh hop beers this season, including Fresh Hop Ace of Spades Imperial IPA and Downstream Salmon-Safe Fresh Hop IPA.
Fresh Hop Abominable Ale
Fresh Hop Abominable stays true to its namesake with fresh Centennial hops that add juicy notes of pine for a perfect PNW fresh hop ale. 7.3% ABV. 65 IBU. Releases August 25th, 2021.
About Hopworks Urban Brewery
Founded in Portland, Oregon, in 2008 by Christian and Brandie Ettinger, Hopworks Urban Brewery creates world-class beer and food with sustainable business practices that protect the environment and support our community. Family-owned and operated, Hopworks sources thoughtfully, operates efficiently and minimizes waste in an effort to protect the planet. The company’s 20-barrel brewery produces 10,000 barrels of beer a year for Hopworks’ brewpubs and distribution throughout Cascadia. Hopworks is the first Certified B Corporation brewery in the Pacific Northwest. HopworksBeer.com | @hopworksbeer