River North Brewery has released two new year-round options in cans.
The first new release is Colorado IPA, a 7.1 percent IPA brewed with “mountains” of Amarillo, Azacca, Cascade, Citra and Columbus hops.
“We spent six months perfecting this beer,” said Matt Hess, founder of River North, in a press release. “The hop blend captures exactly what I want in an IPA. This will be my go-to trail beer this summer, but until then, we have a month or two of good snow left to enjoy it on the slopes.”
The second beer is Pils, a 5.3 percent ABV “Rocky Mountain lager.”
“Inspired by a delightful afternoon at Kloster Andechs outside of Munich, I’ve been wanting to brew something like this for a while,” said Derek Goodman, head brewer at River North, in a press release. “As a bit of a traditionalist, this is the beer I pride myself on.”
According to a press release, both Colorado IPA and Pils are packaged in six-packs of 12-ounce cans and are available at retailers across the brewery’s distribution network now.