Pacific Northwest Fresh Hop IPA. Falconer’s Flight hops used in the kettle for a big tropical flavor, 60 pounds of fresh Chinook hops from Crosby Hop Farm in the hopback, and dry hopped with Citra hops in the fermenter for a big citrus and grapefruit aroma.
Our flagship Flam Tap IPA gets a little extra love this time of year when we get to make it with freshly harvested hops from Goschie Farms. This year we added over 100lbs of unprocessed Centennial hops to our classic IPA, giving it a huge aroma of pine and citrus, boosted further by dry hopping
That’s right..Fresh Hop Season is back with “Fresh Hop Flam Tap IPA”! Our brewers wasted no time riding on down to Silverton, Oregon to Goschie Farms for 100 pounds of fresh Centennial hops to brew Montavilla’s flagship IPA. Within an hour or so, these fresh hops were packed into the hopback and steeped for an
Three gallons of cold brewed Pinot aged coffee were added for a smooth, velvety-chocolate flavor. Brewed in collaboration with our neighbors at Bipartisan Café, this Porter recipe is beautifully balanced with flavors of Pinot oak, Concord grapes, and cold-brewed coffee. This is truly a special collaboration from farmer to vintner, to roaster, to café, and
We’re celebrating our Third Anniversary and you’re invited to the party! It’s hard to believe it’s been three years since we threw open our doors to the community and welcomed friends and neighbors into our cozy little renovated auto garage and we’re excited every day that we get to do it again. We couldn’t do
Summer in Portland always means more beer festivals than you can shake a stick at and with PDX Beer Week from June 7 to June 17th, there’s plenty of ways to get your fix of Montavilla Brew Works! Some of these are one-offs just for the fest, so you may only have one chance to
We brewed this Saison to a lower gravity for a very drinkable beer that pairs excellently with a wide variety of meals. A unique Belgian farmhouse-style yeast strain provides a complex ester profile of spiciness, earthy and peppery notes. The finish is dry, somewhat tart and very quenching. A tribute to the Old Portland farmhouses