August 20, 2021

Mari Kemper
Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen
(360) 540-3899

Chuckanut Brewery’s Strata Single Hop Lager is Out

Continuing with exploring the use of new varietal hops in a basic Chuckanut Lager recipe, this round of Single Hop Lager uses NW Strata hops. Always looking to understand brewing ingredients and methods to produce the best beers ever, Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen continues the quest of learning more about hops new on the market. By experimenting with US and other hops from around the world Chuckanut gains the understanding of the nuances of each varietal. Chuckanut’s brewers are excited to share their exploration and learning of hops with Chuckanut drinkers in each rendition of the Single Hop Lager.

This rendition in the Series uses the Yakima Valley Strata hop formerly known as X-331 released originally from the OR State Aroma Hop Breeding Program in Corvallis. Single Hop Strata gives this basic crisp Chuckanut lager recipe pops of tropical flavors and aromas of pineapple, citrus and pine! Single Hop Lager Strata is fantastic with spicy foods from southern climates for a cooling and complimentary beverage. Great as a crispy, fruity beer any time of day, enjoy exploring this new Single Hop Lager from Chuckanut.

Chuckanut Brewery, located at both 601 West Holly St, Bellingham and 11937 Higgins Airport Way in Burlington, was awarded National Small Brewery/Brewer of the Year 2011 at the Great American Beer Festival in Denver, CO. Currently both the South and North Nut offer on site beverages, to-go beer and pick-up for kegs, growlers and bottles of Chuckanut beer. Guests of all ages are welcome at both locations. A full menu at North Nut can be eaten on site, to go or delivered. The South Nut Skagit Tap Room & Brewery in  Burlington is located at the Port of Skagit. Please check out additional information on Covid requirements and more about Chuckanut at

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