Each beer shows the uniqueness of each yeast strain through our split batching process.

Hoppy Lager

Part of our Style Series!

Hoppy Lagers is a style of beer that pairs the potent aromatics & flavors of hops (Simcoe & Citra) from an American IPA with refreshing drinkability and traditional lagering techniques of a German-inspired Pale Lager.

Brewed with
yeast cells

ABV: 5.1%

Tasting Notes:
Dough | Hoppy | Pine

Brewed with WLP830 German Lager Yeast, this strain produces a clean, crisp, and dry lager profile to accentuate and let the hops shine in this beer.

Hoppy Lager WLP925
Also Available with
yeast cells 2

ABV: 5.5%

Tasting Notes:
Ripe Pear | White Wine

Brewed with WLP925 High Pressure Lager Yeast, this strain is fermented warmer to produce rich aromas of ripe pear and white wine to blend with the hop notes.

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