Golden is a crisp, clean continental lager. Just four ingredients are all it takes: American malt, Mt. Hood hops, German lager yeast and pure Abita Springs water. As the name implies, Abita Golden has a brilliant gold color. Its flavor makes this light lager the perfect match for Louisiana Creole food. Both Abita Light and […]
Hops Archives: Mt. Hood
Mt. Hood is an aroma hop used in a wide variety of Ale and Lager beer styles. Mt. Hood imparts mild, herbal and somewhat pungent or spicy characteristics.
This Barrel Aged Imperial Red Ale is aged in 1st use Jim Beam barrels for 6 months. The bourbon flavor really shines through in this very well balanced beer.
Our tribute to the German Schwarzbier (Black Beer) style. Very dark brown in color with underlying roasted malt and chocolate notes with a subtle hop character. Despite its dark appearance, Brown’s Black Lager is deceptively very clean, light bodied and easy drinking. Malts: Pilsen, Bonlander Munich, Munich 20L, Munich 60L, Black Barley & Chocolate Hops: […]
Description: Long Trail Imperial Pumpkin Ale is the first offering in Long Trail’s new Brush and Barrel Series. This limited release seasonal treat is small batch brewed with pumpkins, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and cloves, with increased malts and a touch of bitterness for the perfect balance. Brush and Barrel Series: The Brush and Barrel Series is Long Trail’s newest line of […]
A medium bodied copper colored lager. Its rich, malty taste is subtly balanced by Saphir and Mt. Hood hops. The beer is aged slowly in the Munich tradition.
A classic American India Pale Ale dominated by pleasant hop bitterness and aroma. Dry hops impart unique aromas and flavors that add to the complexity of this ale. Our PICK AXE uses a blend of American hops which melds into an award winning flavor.
In our constant evolution as a brewery, we’ve developed an undying drive to meld the organic and the mechanical. Perpetual IPA utilizes our hopback and dry-hopping to engineer a bold Imperial Pale Ale. It features Bravo, Chinook and Mt. Hood hops in the boil, Mt. Hood and Nugget hops in the hopback, and is further […]