Here for a fresh time, not a long time.
Feat. fresh hops rushed from farm-to-brewery in under 24 hrs!
If we could bottle the smell of harvest time in Yakima Valley, WA, we would. Hell, we try every year! Today we get the next best thing: Born Yesterday. See, once hops are harvested, the flavor clock starts ticking’. So we rush a select bunch of whole-cone ‘wet’ hops on refrigerated trucks straight to Lagunitas. In less than 24hrs they arrive and immediately drop into this brew via a stoopid custom-built contraption, injecting all their precious aromatics. Special delivery indeed. Congratulations, it’s a beer!
We bottled the freshest, dankest, lupulin-drenched, rushed-in-straight-from-Yakima hops for this year’s Born Yesterday Fresh Hop Ale. Check out the #MouthFeels with BrewMonster Jeremy Marshall…
Beer math on ABV (Alcohol By Volume) is pretty straightforward… the Higher the ABV, the more alcohol in the beer. No rocket science necessary.
Everything from mango to pineapple to coconut come through from the freshest hops you can get.
Bright orange and grapefruit notes really pop here from the ephemeral quality of the wet hops.
There really is no better way to describe this than the flavor of the smell of Yakima Valley in the fall. Since the hops haven’t been dried you get the full spectrum of flavors right in your face.