The name says it all, “Beer.” As a Blonde ale (the brewer calls it a lawnmower beer), it uses 2-row pale malt as the base with a bit of Crystal and wheat added to enhance the flavor. This is a smash beer with only one type of hop used throughout the brewing process.
Hillsboro Gap IPA
Calling all Hopheads! This is not your classic West Coast IPA. With o50 IBU’s this IPA is a balanced IPA with a strong malt backbone paired with a citrus hop profile that is sure to please. This whopper is dry hopped with nearly two pounds of hops per barrel.