Idaho: Double Vision
Brewer: Grand Teton Brewing
Style: German Doppelbock
This German-style dark lager, likened to “liquid bread,” was brewed in Victor, Idaho, to honor one of the region’s most prized beer ingredients: water. Harking back to the 17th-century wisdom of monks who depended on strong beers while fasting — and on local ingredients to brew them — Double Vision gets its dark color and bready aroma from Idaho-grown two-row pale and German malts, and its slight spice from American Liberty hops, akin to Germany’s Hallertau Mittelfruh. After it’s brewed, Double Vision spends 10 weeks in a cold slumber (also known as lagering) to create a smooth, slightly boozy brew that’s as drinkable as it is sustaining.
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