At Double Mountain, we create bold and flavorful beers that everyone wants to drink. These include five core, eight rotating seasonals, numerous small-batch, and several reserves, featuring our cuveé's and krieks. Note that not all of our beers are packaged in bottles and our tap list at both taprooms is constantly changing. For an up to date list of our current tap offerings, please visit either taproom.
Azyhay Hazy IPA
This is hazy our way: Loaded with tropical goodness and some back-end hop presence provided by a healthy dose of late addition Cryo hops and a novel blend of Norwegian kveik yeast strains. It’s not a juice box. It’s beer. Really good beer. Confidunt in cervisia nobis. (In beer we trust)
6.3% ABV 30 BU
Our India Red Ale uses plenty of Northwest-grown, Brewer’s Gold and Simcoe hops. With a solid foundation of Pilsner and crystal malts and our inimitable house yeast, these ingredients intertwine in delicious complexity and a shining ruby hue.
6.5% ABV 65 BU
This unfiltered Ale features a unique yeast strain, providing restrained fruited aromas to complement the rounded malt quality; with a touch more hop character than its counterpart in Cologne. Crisp, dry, and highly refreshing.
5.2% ABV 40 BU
Tropic resin, tangerine, evergreen, and the earthy scent of Northwest petrichor leap from the nose of this proud IPA. Tangelo and fresh bread stalk closely behind, finishing with orange and dank pine.
6.7% ABV 65 BU
Challenger hops, Pilsner malt, and our house yeast strain are the headliners in this easy Pale. The result is agile, alluringly herbal, and supremely refreshing. The dry hop really makes this one sing.
6.0% ABV 55 BU
Challenger hops, Pilsner malt, and our house yeast strain are the headliners in this easy pale. The result is agile, alluringly herbal, and supremely refreshing. The dry hop really makes this one sing.
5.6% ABV 25 BU
Ring My Bell IPA
Fresh hop in July?! Thanks to YCH Trial 301 hop technology, we have it! Sticky pine and forest petrichor mingle with a bouquet of grapefruit, stone fruit and ripe strawberry that only fresh hops can bring. I’ve got lupulin on me fingas! Collaboration with Solera Brewery in Parkdale, OR.
6.3% ABV 55 BU
Goin’ out west, where they appreciate a lager with some extra hops. This Northwest inspired Pilsner is crisp and dry with a hint of spice from the addition of rye, and just bitter enough to remind you that you’re not in Bohemia anymore. Go west!
5.2% ABV 25 BU
Blessed Relief IPA
Zappa hops are unique in their wild origin. Crisp and dank, this combo of Zappa hops and a lean grain bill screams flavors of pine and forest with a tropical riff. Assertive and unapologetic, like Frank.
6.4% ABV 72 BU
The exorbitant amount of fresh Centennial and Simcoe whole leaf hops heaped into the kettle and hop back give this juiced up IRA a wonderful ripe apple, juicy forest, and fruited pine flavors and aromas, with a hint of caramel.
7.0% ABV 78 BU
Brewer’s Gold and Simcoe hops straight from the vine to the boil. Fresh bright evergreen, red fruit, and blood orange lead the way, pulling juicy pine and kind herb through the finish. Be green. Drink Killer Green.
7.3% ABV 96 BU
A dense tropical rainforest drips with sticky, delicious mango, ripe summer peach, light cannabis, and deep orange. With hops this fresh from the Willamette Valley, the decision to make this beer was the right decision. Clearly.
5.4% ABV 30 BU
Fa La La La La
Not every winter beer needs to be dark. In this spirit we bring you great tidings and joy with this year’s Fa La La La La. Centennial hops take the reins with evergreen and bright citrus, with resounding choruses of Pilsner and Crystal malts echoing in the refrain. This Winter IPA is full and rounded, delightfully aromatic, and as crisp as a bluebird winter morning. Peace, love, and beers.
7.5% ABV 85 BU
We make numerous small-batch beers throughout the year. Most of these beers are on draft at our pubs and sometimes throughout the NW on draft and in bottles. Here are a few Mainstays.
In a world of session beers, here’s one with the key to escape reality. Big, bold aromas of Cara Cara orange, mango, ripe pineapple and kind herbal spice with a weighted blanket of malt carry the insane amount of hops thrown at this beauty. Your sister’s a nun. Hot dog bun. Well done.
9% ABV 85 BU
This big, glowing, powerful IPA is packed with copious amounts of Northwest hops. We balance the considerable hop flavor with a sturdy backbone of malty goodness. The result? Explosive!
7.0% ABV 75 BU
Tangerine, grapefruit, some cheeky Northwest forest, and breaded barley mind the gap with this highly drinkable lager. Light enough to quench, with a lovely aroma thanks to YCH Trail fresh frozen Cryo Simcoe, making it befit to crush by the river on a late Gorge summer afternoon.
5.2% ABV 20 BU
This brew is a quintessential Double Mountain take of a classic style; rich, dark, creamy, full of roasted aroma, and beautifully bitter. It pours on nitrogen with a thick, luscious head that cascades to the finish, enough to make out.
4% ABV 50 BU
Blood Of Dracarla
Portland’s premier drag clown Carla Rossi, horror hostess of Queer Horror at the Hollywood Theatre, presents a terrifying treat in collaboration with Double Mountain. This deep crimson brew blushes with aromas of dark red fruit, ripe citrus, and a hint of luscious caramel. Find out more at TheCarlaRossi.com and crawl in to the crypt at Queer-Horror.com.
6.66% ABV 35 BU
Our two house yeast strains share the field with Brettanomyces Lambicus and Van and Bing cherries from the Double Mountain Orchards in this Belgian style sour. Resting on the fruit for over a year, time gives way to marionberry, tannic ripe blackberry, and sweet spring strawberry leading through a tart, dry red wine finish.
9.2% ABV 11 BU
Devil's Kriek Cuvée
Meticulously selected batches of Devil’s Kriek were racked off of the fruit and allowed to age further in new oak barrels. This brewer’s blend provokes deep ripe cherry, oak complexity, and fresh spontaneity.
ABV and BU vary with the Vintage.
Rainier cherries from the Hood River Valley are harvested and sent to the brewery where they’re crushed, then added to a strong Belgian blonde base beer. This little gem sat on the fruit with three yeast strains for 13 months in our cellars, surrendering flavors of tart stone fruit, pithy grapefruit, and kumquat.
7.0% ABV 80 BU
Select batches of Tahoma Kriek were racked off of the fruit and aged further in new oak barrels. This brewer’s blend is a confluence of our favorite barrels; ripe with brightcherry, smooth oak, and a tart finish.
9.6% ABV 11 BU
With nearly 500 pounds of peaches, this Belgian Ale ferments on the fruit with our house yeast and Brettanomyces Lambicus for nine months. The result is a juicy, paradise. Lightly tart and refreshing, this one drinks easy, with juicy peach and ripe citrus peeking through a farmhouse of funk.
8.7% ABV 8 BU
This Cuvée is the pick of the peach tree. A select amount of our Pêche Mode racked off
of the fruit and rested in new oak barrels. Farmhouse funk and juicy peach lead to a dry oak finish.
8.4% ABV 8 BU