Fremont Brewing Celebrates Fresh Hop Season with “Hop Drops” • thefullpint.com


(Seattle, WA) – It’s fresh hop season in the Pacific Northwest; that fleeting time of year when whole cone hop flowers are harvested, and we capture their transcendent flavors in fresh hop beers. Fremont is really into fresh hops and we’re excited to bring you “Hop Drops” in September and early October, with three different, canned fresh hop beers and a few brewery-only draft options. Each of these fresh hop beers is brewed with an average of 25 whopping pounds of whole cone, fresh hops per barrel!

Fremonth Hop Drops

Being so close to Yakima, the world’s hop capital, allows us to partner closely with multi-generational hop farmers, perusing their hop fields and comparing hops for aroma and flavor. Our brewers and sensory team then pick the most flavorful of each hop variety for our beers. The fresh hops we select make a speedy trip from farm to brewing kettle within mere hours, always less than 24, of harvest.

Crack open a can of fresh hop beer this fall and release the hops! Our one ask of you: please do enjoy these beers absolutely fresh for the optimal adventure they represent…Because Fresh Hop Beer Matters!

“Fresh hops are the best hops.” – VWP

Release dates are for our Urban Beer Garden in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood, and are dependent on harvest and could change. Look for these fresh hop beers in our full distribution area a day or two after their brewery release.

FIELD TO FERMENT
Fresh Hop Pale Ale

Releases on September 16

Field to Ferment is all new this year, with one version only featuring a fresh hop blend and all new packaging. 2020’s Field to Ferment is brewed with a hand selected blend of Centennial and Sabro fresh hops. All this fresh hop taste needed a bigger can, so look for Field to Ferment in 16 oz. 4 packs with hop-a-rrific artwork.

Field to Ferment will be sent out to our full distribution network.

COWICHE CANYON
Fresh Hop Ale

Releases on September 23

Cowiche Canyon Fresh Hop Ale is brewed with Citra, Simcoe, Mosaic and Ekuanot organic hops grown in the Cowiche Canyon of the Yakima Valley.  A certified Salmon Safe beer, we brew Cowiche Canyon ale in partnership with hop-growing wizards from the Yakima Valley in an effort to expand the organic hop industry in Washington State…Because Organic Hops Matter! A portion of all sales fund the Cowiche Canyon Conservancy.

Cowiche Canyon Fresh Hop Ale is a limited release and will be sent out to our full distribution network.

HEAD FULL OF FRESH HOPS
Fresh Hop Hazy IPA

Releases on October 5

Head Full of Fresh Hops is jam packed with Mosaic and Talus fresh hops from Yakima and loaded into the brew kettle within mere hours of harvest. Fresh hop beers are the height of our brewing year. Head Full of Fresh Hops hazy IPA delivers an incredible amount of tropical, citrus and stone fruits to your hop hungry palate. Boom!Head Full of Fresh Hops will be sent out to our full distribution network.





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