Imagination Station Beer

Imagination Station Beer

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What is an Imagination Station beer?  In 2017, we started creating new brews on a 5-barrel pilot brewhouse that's an exact replica of our 30-barrel production brewhouse. We use the pilot to test new ideas and get creative, so stay tuned for lots of unusual brews. 
 
Availability: Taproom only (Kegs not available for taproom retail sale)
 

12/6/19 Taplist 

[Remember, these beers are very limited, so they can change at anytime. Ask your bartender to stock these super-limited release beers.] 
 
Tom Brought Mates* | 6.1% ABV | 47 IBU | IPA 
Our favorite Australian employee (ok, our only one) left BBBC to head back down under, but first, he brought some mates by to brew a hop extravaganza. Flavors of tangerine, dried apricot, pineapple, & biscuit. 
 

Begin Again* | 8.3% ABV | 63 IBU | Imperial IPA
Brewed with all the hops added at the beginning of fermentation. Uses Pahto (HBC 682), a new high-alpha hop that was planted in Field 41 in 2019. Tropical (mango, papaya), tangerine, spicy, herbal.

NEW! Hazy L*  | 6.2% ABV | 40 IBU | Hazy IPA 

Hfter refining our hazy game with over 30 recipes in the Imagination Station, we created this unique Hazy IPA showcasing Citra & Sabro hops designed for everyday drinking. Crisp and sessionable with approachable bitterness. Piña colada, grapefruit juice, lemon squares, strawberry candy  

NEW! Sown & Grown IPA*  | 6.5% ABV | 55 IBU | IPA 

Homegrown hops. Homegrown barley. Homegrown beer. Introducing our newest limited release series and our first-ever 100% homegrown IPA. BT & Leota Loftus founded our family hop farm in 1932. 87 years later, we harvested another family first: our first-ever barley crop. And first-ever homegrown IPA, made with hops and barley grown right here on our family farm. With a legacy like that, there’s only one way to make beer: like nobody else.  

High Camp Winter IPA*  | 7.2% ABV | 80 IBU | Winter IPA 

High Camp Winter IPA is named for the ski lodge that sits atop our local ski mountain, White Pass. Spicy notes come from Rye Malt, while Chocolate Malt lends this beer a bit of sweetness and its reddish color. However, do not be fooled by the color. This beer still finished dry and is hopped to the nines.

Golden Grit IPA* | 6.6% ABV | 60 IBU | India Pale Ale
Out here in Hop Country, we turn grit into gold. The second beer in our IPA Rotator Series features experimental hop HBC 630. For four generations, we’ve relied on grit and perseverance to thrive in a challenging desert landscape. Fruity and hoppy: citrus, berries, stone fruit, melon. Smooth bitterness and crisp, dry mouthfeel.
 
Dormancy* | 6.8% ABV | 50 IBU | Stout
Conditioned on locally-roasted coffee from Yakima’s Lincoln Ave. Coffee, this rich, dark brew reminds us that good things still happen while hop fields lay dormant in the off-season. Pronounced aroma and flavor intensity. Roasted malt, coffee, and chocolate aromas and flavor.
 

Bivy Kolsch* | 5.1% ABV | 32 IBU | Kolsch
Named for a bivouac sack, a lightweight tent designed to protect rock climbers from the elements during multi-day climbs. For those who pack light and drink crisp. Lemon, lime zest, fresh-cut grass. Golden color, low-moderate bitterness and dry finish.  

*Indicates ingredients contain wheat

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