The cherry harvest in 2013 was much different than 2014, as each harvest year is, and it’s effect on the beer is something Double Mountain watches very closely. When dealing with Mother Nature, one must remain open and flexible. The 2013 vintage of Devil’s Kriek was made with straight Bing cherries from the Double Mountain Orchards in Hood River. After spending 13 months on the fruit in the cellars, a small amount of yeast was added to each bottle at packaging time. It’s a bright and deep crimson, bracingly tart and funky, and juicy and delicious. The bottle conditioning will allow the character to deepen as it ages.