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5 Fresh Hop Beers You Have to Drink Right Now

5 Fresh Hop Beers You Have to Drink Right Now - October 08, 2018

Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmasall special occasions worth looking forward to, but if you're an avid beer drinker, there's one special occasion that tops them all: fresh hop season, that short window in fall when the hops are plucked from their vines and rushed into kettles is like Christmas for IPA freaks. The idea is hops are best when used fresh. Like, same day fresh. So all across the country, and particularly in the hop-heavy Pacific Northwest, breweries capitalize on the hop harvest by ... Read More »


Artsy Cans of Craft Beer That Prove Aluminum Is All Grown Up

Artsy Cans of Craft Beer That Prove Aluminum Is All Grown Up - August 28, 2018

Once the domain of dull domestic lager, aluminum cans have become U.S. craft brewing's coolest package, with flavor-charged beer inside and gallery-worthy designs on the label. Seek out these eight avant-garde brews on your next trip. T he beer can might be the best drinking vessel for travel. More portable than a bottle (and perfect for easy picnic-basket packing), now they offer much more than the watery mass-market lagers of yore. Breweries and cideries have started treating cans like ... Read More »


Sip Northwest, Summer 2018

Sip Northwest, Summer 2018 - August 07, 2018

The Yakima Valley produces 75 percent of the nation's hop crop each year but until recently was home to surprisingly few breweries. Following a recent growth spurt, the area is now home to more than a dozen breweries and, as you might expect, hop-forward beers are the common thread. These six producers should not be missed when in the valley of the hops and the surrounding towns, ordered here west to east along Interstate 82. Read more here... Originally published by Sip Northwest... Read More »


The Six Best Washington Breweries Outside Seattle

The Six Best Washington Breweries Outside Seattle - August 01, 2018

Beer in Seattle is good. It's hoppy and sour and English and Belgian and hoppy and even if you wander aimlessly around town you can still find a good beer on tap. But you aren't always in Seattle, are you? Sometimes you visit one of the three national parks surrounding Seattle, or perhaps you cross the Cascades and head into the drier half of our state, where things are less green but still beautiful. What do you drink when you leave the city limits and venture into the great unknown, where ... Read More »


Six to Seek: The Best Beers of the Week

Six to Seek: The Best Beers of the Week - July 27, 2018

MONDAY NIGHT HAN BROLO Monday Night Brewing Atlanta, Georgia 4.7% | Pale Ale A year-round beer for Atlanta's Monday Night Brewing, Han Brolo is brewed with Simcoe, Mosaic and Mandarina Bavaria hops, as well as lactose sugar. That trio of hops contributes a range of flavors, from fresh-cut grass and chives to orange peel and tangerine. It's juicy without going overboard, with a little dankness to keep things interesting. Han Brolo's finest feature, however, is its mouthfeel. Despite the beer's ... Read More »


Sesiones del Migrante: A Conversation with Diego Perez

Sesiones del Migrante: A Conversation with Diego Perez - July 18, 2018

Sesiones del Migrante: A Conversation with Diego Perez Those who work the Yakima Valley fields during harvest and year-round are essential to creating the hoppy beers everyone loves. Sesiones del Migrante Mango IPA was created to recognize these workers. A portion of proceeds from the beer will benefit La Casa Hogar, whose mission is to connect and educate Latina families, to transform lives and the Yakima Valley. La Casa Hogar staff sat down with Diego Perez to learn more about his experiences... Read More »


Sesiones del Migrante: A Conversation with Roberto Polina Sr.

Sesiones del Migrante: A Conversation with Roberto Polina Sr. - July 17, 2018

Those who work the Yakima Valley fields during harvest and year-round are essential to creating the hoppy beers everyone loves. Sesiones del Migrante Mango IPA was created to recognize these workers. A portion of proceeds from the beer will benefit La Casa Hogar , whose mission is to connect and educate Latina families, to transform lives and the Yakima Valley. La Casa Hogar staff sat down with Roberto Polina Sr. to learn more about his experiences as a Latino community member working in ... Read More »


Unlikely Superheros: The 2018 Ales for ALS Newsletter

Unlikely Superheros: The 2018 Ales for ALS Newsletter - July 06, 2018

[Below is the 2018 letter sent to participating Ales for ALS breweries, written by Cheryl Hanses Smith, mother to brewery owners Meghann Quinn and Kevin Smith] Dear family and friends, Who needs superheroes when you have a big brother? I don't remember a time when Scott (aka the Bubba of our Ales for ALS Bubba's Brew IPA ) wasn't looking out for me. As young children, the backyards of our neighborhood were our playground. We shared high school friends, basketball games, pep rallies, and ... Read More »


glassybaby pop up shop to benefit ALS TDI

glassybaby pop up shop to benefit ALS TDI - July 06, 2018

NEW at the Ales for ALS Fundraiser this year: glassybaby , the seattle-based artisan glassblowing company, will be hosting a pop up shop from Noon-5:00pm at the event. 10% of all glassybaby sales at this event will be donated to ALS TDI. Can't make it? From July 14- July 21, enter giving code 'als' and 1 0% of your online order will be donated to ALS TDI... Read More »


Bale Breaker Presents: Ales for ALS 2018

Bale Breaker Presents: Ales for ALS 2018 - June 28, 2018

Bale Breaker Brewing Company part of national Ales for ALS campaign, with local events planned July 14 and July 27, 2018 Now in its sixth year, Ales for ALS is a national fundraising and awareness campaign that was developed in Yakima and has raised $1.65 million to date for ALS research . A Yakima Valley fundraising event and a golf tournament are hosted by Bale Breaker Brewing Company, one of eight participating Washington breweries. Loftus Ranches and YCH Hops created Ales for ALS in 2012 to ... Read More »



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