Mountain Series

In addition to three favorite Breckenridge Brewery varieties, the Rocky Mountain Sampler will include a rotating, limited release Mountain Series beer, exclusive to the new package. Each beer in the series will offer a little something different based on the season, specially obtained ingredients, and whims of the brew staff. The Mountain Series celebrates the brewery’s origin as a small, ski town brewpub passionate about crafting fun and adventurous beers.

Breckenridge Brewery opened its doors in 1990 in charming and historic Breckenridge, Colorado. The brewery started as a beer-obsessed ski bum’s dream – to brew fresh, quality beer for winding down after a long day of play on the mountain. Breckenridge Brewery has since moved its production facility to Denver and become the nation’s 40th largest craft brewery. The original brewpub in Breckenridge still remains and is now the home of the pilot brewery and workshop. The Mountain Series is a collection of pilot, small batch, and seasonal brews which showcases the unabashed creativity and experimentation that thrives in the brewery’s original Rocky Mountain home.

Hoppy Amber Ale

Hoppy Amber Ale

A Hoppy Homage to Avalanche Amber Ale

A perfect combination of malty and hoppy. The nutty and toffee-like maltiness in this beer blends impeccably with the mild, earthy hop bitterness that results from the hop varieties that are added oh so delicately. The complimenting caramel malt and floral hop aromas, combined with the clean finish and slight, lingering bitterness makes this beer pleasantly approachable.

Beer Style: Hoppy Amber Ale
Flavor: Toffee maltiness, with a pleasantly mild hop bitterness
Color: Penny
Bitterness Units: 44
Alcohol By Volume: 6.1%
Release Date: November, 2014

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Hoppy Amber Ale
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