A Vermont staple. Now available in Vermont's favorite container: The 16 ounce can. Look out for Mountain Ale 4-packs coming to a cooler near you.
This unfiltered English Strong Ale is a medium to full-bodied ale, with pronounced caramel and toffee notes, followed by a roasted finish. A moderate hop bitterness is derived from generous kettle additions of Mt. Hood and Northern Brewer hops.
Mountain IPA is high-altitude hoppiness at its peak. This American IPA features plenty of green mountain goodness thanks to the handfuls of Simcoe, Centennial and Chinook hops our guys threw in the kettle, which deliver big notes of pine, resin and citrus.
Compared to its predecessor, Shed IPA (the blue one), Mountain IPA is more in line with the new school trends of today's IPAs. Its profile is heavy-handed with hops, allowing the malt profile to linger in the background where Shed IPA's classic American hop profile was more in balance with the sweet malt profile.