Flying Dog Brewery’s Heller Hound is the First Sign of Spring
Itâ€™s been a long winter in Colorado, but the folks at the Denver-based Flying Dog Brewery are trying to make it easier to think about warmer weather with the upcoming release of their Spring Seasonal, Heller Hound. Flying Dogâ€™s second seasonal of the year is a traditional-style Maibock brewed with a combination of Vienna and Munich malts. With a rich mouthfeel and subtle hop finish, Heller Hound is the perfect brew for toasting the sunâ€™s return.
Flying Dogâ€™s Head Brewer, Matt Brophy says that Heller Hound will provide consumers a unique drinking experience. â€œMuch like springâ€™s budding warmth, Heller Houndâ€™s sweet, complex malt flavors develop into a clean, crisp finish, perfect for any climate,â€ said Brophy.
According to Flying Dogâ€™s Director of Marketing, Neal Stewart, seasonally released beers are gaining in popularity. â€œConsumers are continually looking for new and intriguing beers to sample and seasonals give those drinkers even more access to a variety of styles,â€ said Stewart. â€œOur portfolio of seasonal brands has continued to grow and we plan on introducing our fourth in the summer of 2007.â€ Heller Hound is available April through May and is offered in 6-packs and on draft.
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