Flying Dog Brewery’s Heller Hound is the First Sign of Spring

It’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 Dog’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 sun’s return.

Flying Dog Heller Hound Maibock BeerFlying Dog’s Head Brewer, Matt Brophy says that Heller Hound will provide consumers a unique drinking experience. “Much like spring’s budding warmth, Heller Hound’s sweet, complex malt flavors develop into a clean, crisp finish, perfect for any climate,” said Brophy.

According to Flying Dog’s Director of Marketing, Neal Stewart, seasonally released beers are gaining in popularity. “Consumers are continually looking for new and intriguing beers to sample and seasonals give those drinkers even more access to a variety of styles,” said Stewart. “Our portfolio of seasonal brands has continued to grow and we plan on introducing our fourth in the summer of 2007.” Heller Hound is available April through May and is offered in 6-packs and on draft.

Heller Hound is part of Flying Dog’s “litter of ales” which currently includes nine brands and three additional seasonal selections. Browse our beer styles and seasonal beers.

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