Special edition. Hop-o-ther-me-a. alaskanbeer.com. 8.5% alc/vol. Beer powered beer. The legend of Hopothermia begins as any Alaskan tale should, on a frozen landscape with wolves howling and a vast dark moonless sky of swirling Northern Lights above. It was on that long-ago night that a lone brewer stood against the harsh winds with only his beard to protect him, and dreamt of a beer so full of hop flavor, so jam packed with the spirit of frontier Alaska, it could freeze your very soul and one of your thumbs. All that winter, as moose, wolverines, and one beaver peered through his remote cabin window, he feverishly labored to make a beer that could face down the harsh elements - that could conquer not only thirst - but fear itself. After the thaw, the lone brewer had vanished, leaving behind only a few recipes scrawled on scraps of paper, a sock puppet, and a hand-whittled keg. In that keg he left his legacy - Hopothermia. Respect this beer. Wear layers. Lots of wool. Mittens? Open a bottle and then, sshh - listen for the windswept cry of a lone wolf. There are strange brews made where glaciers cascade, by the brewers who know no bounds; for they stuff in the hops, 'til the temperature drops and then call for a few more rounds; in Alaska it seems, every brewer dreams of a bold Double IPA; Hopothermia's the beer on the last frontier that will keep the wild wolves at bay. Brought to life across the boundless lakes of time, Hopothermia is a bold Double IPA made with Juneau's glacier-fed water, and five hop varieties. Nugget and Apollo hops in the brew kettle provide a green, floral aroma and citrus hop base, while the later addition of Amarillo, Citra, and Centennial hops ad notes of spicy grapefruit and orange - complimenting the resilient two-row and specialty malt profile. Hops, water, grain malts, yeast = Alaskan Brewing Company = spent grain, dryer, steam boiler. Beer Powered Beer: Alaskan beers are brewed with energy generated by a steam boiler fueled entirely by dried spent grain - a byproduct of our brewing process. That's what we call Beer Powering Beer. We love Alaska, and our CO2 recovery system, water-saving mash press filter and innovative steam boiler are all steps toward allowing us to brew beer in the most efficient and cleanest way possible in this beautiful place we call home. 100% recycled paperboard. Brewed & bottled in Juneau, Alaska. Made in Alaska.