Fresh Batch of Hop Therapy Double IPA Released

Russell Brewing releases fresh batch of Hop Therapy Double IPA in 650 ml bottles.

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  1. In early November, Russell Brewing released a fresh batch of it's award-winning Hop Therapy Double IPA in 650 ml bottles.  It has been brewed with 100% American hops including: Amarillo, Cascade and Columbus. At 100 IBU's this beer is dry, strong and bitter and was awarded a bronze medal winner at 2013 Canadian Brewing Awards. Available in select private liquor stores in BC. 
  2. This beer has been embraced by the craft beer community. It currently has an "outstanding" ranking on Beer Advocate with 91 Points and was awarded a bronze medal at the 2013 Canadian Brewing Awards
  3. About Russell Brewing Company

    Located in Strawberry Hill, Surrey, British Columbia, Russell Brewing Company has been brewing premium craft beer since 1995 using the finest ingredients available. Our beer is 100% natural and has no preservatives. We don’t pasteurize which means we don’t kill the taste – you drink our beer just the way it is brewed. Fanatical about beer, they believe that the passion and quality that goes into creating Russell beer comes through in the taste. 

    • 2013 Canadian Brewing Awards, Bronze, Black Death Porter
    • 2013 Canadian Brewing Awards, Bronze, Hop Therapy Double IPA
    • 2012 BC Beer Awards, Silver, Russell Lemon Ale
    • 2012 World Beer Cup®, Silver, Russell IP’eh! India Pale Ale
    • 2011 Surrey Board of Trade, Business Excellence Award
    • 2010 World Beer Cup®, Bronze, Russell IP’eh! – India Pale Ale
    • 2010 Canadian Beer Awards, Silver, A Wee Angry Scotch Ale
    • 2010 World Beer Cup®, Bronze, A Wee Angry Scotch Ale

    Our sister brewery, Fort Garry Brewery is Manitoba’s oldest microbrewery and has been producing original beers since 1930. Both Russell Brewing and Fort Garry Brewing are wholly owned subsidiaries of BC-based Russell Breweries Inc – a public company listed on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX:V:RB).
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