Your freshest sesh of the season is just around the corner. We’re delivering our Fresh Hop Ale, just kegged and canned this morning, to stores, bars, and restaurants near you. Fresh Hop is made with fresh Mosaic whole cone hops, picked from the bine (hop vine lingo) at their peak, dried, and shipped directly to Indeed from Yakima, WA. Brewing with fresh Mosaic hops allows for a full, robust expression of the hop, creating a super flavorful ale featuring notes of blueberry and pine. To keep peak freshness and because you want to, we recommend drinking it asap.
Fresh Hop Ale is as fleeting as it is flavorful, and around only for a short period of time. To bring you the freshest of fresh, we’ve kegged our ale the same day it will be tapped and served. Find pints of Fresh Hop Ale at: Acadia, Augustine’s, Blue Door Pub (St. Paul, Longfellow, Como Ave.), Bulldog (Uptown), Burch, Burger Jones Burnsville, Buster’s on 28th, Eli's East, Gold Nugget Tavern, Groveland Tap, Grumpy’s (Downtown, Northeast), Iron Door Pub, JL Beers Burnsville, Mackenzie Pub, Mac's Industrial Sports Bar,Mad Capper, Muddy Waters, New Bohemia (Northeast), Pizza Luce Roseville, Pizzeria Lola, Prairie Tap House, Pub 112, Pub 42, Ray J’s American Grill, Red Cow (North Loop, South Minneapolis, St. Paul, Uptown), Red Wagon Pizza, Sea Salt Eatery, Sporty’s Pub & Grill, Stout's Pub, Stub & Herb’s, Tamarack Tap, The Dark Horse, Exchange Food & Drink, The Happy Gnome, The Unofficial, Triple Rock, Turtle’s Bar & Grill, Union 32, Whole Foods (Woodbury).
You can also look for all new 16 oz. cans of Fresh Hop Ale in stores starting today. Cans feature designs by local artist Chuck U. Check out photos from this year’s Fresh Hop brew below, and follow us on Facebook, TwitterTwitter, and Instagram @indeedbrewing to keep up with all our brewery news and beer releases.