Friday, January 15, 2016

Double Mountain Releasing Gypsy Stumper IPA

Courtesy of Double Mountain Brewery
Hood River, OR—January 15th, 2016 —Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom initially brewed the Gypsy Stumper IPA as a slope side beer for Mt. Hood Meadows three years ago, but due to its popularity it returns to bottles for the second time. This complex IPA is currently available on draft and in bottles at the Double Mountain Brewery & Taproom located in downtown Hood River. Gypsy Stumper can also be found in both bottles and on draft throughout the Northwest, British Columbia, and Southern California.

“Gypsy Stumper is a lovely hop forward brew it is the perfect apr├Ęs ski IPA.  I know I will be kicking my feet up, enjoying a Gypsy Stumper and watching the snow fall after a long day on the slopes." Brewmaster/Owner  Matt Swihart

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Gypsy Stumper
7.5% ABV, 80 BU

Description: In the spring of 1980, a bearded, long haired, ragtag work crew known as the Gypsy Stumpers was hired to clear the stumps out of the newly formed runs on Hood River Meadows. Camped at lift tower 10 on Hood River Meadows, they worked long hours falling trees six feet in diameter, but only three feet tall. Much like the stumpers, this beer works twice as hard for your riding pleasure. Tangerine, grapefruit, and herbal flower make their way through the resinous, pine forest nose. It has a strong back, capable of lifting the weight of the vigorous hopping, resulting in an assertive balance. ABV 7.5%, 80 BU 

Courtesy of Double Mountain Brewery
About Double Mountain Brewery and Taproom: Double Mountain Brewery and Taproom was established in 2007 in the heart of downtown Hood River, OR. Founders Matt Swihart and Charlie Devereux opened the brewery with a clear mission: make great beer for craft beer fans. Double Mountain Brewery’s unique location lends to not only using pure and clean glacial water for their beers, but they also take advantage of regionally grown hops. Double Mountain Brewery and Taproom’s unfiltered and long-aged beers deliver maximum flavor and character. They can be found on tap and in bottles throughout the Pacific Northwest and Southern California. Learn more at

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