COVID-19 Update: Bale Breaker Brewing Company’s taproom is temporarily closed to the public, but we are running weekly 12-5pm Saturday Drive-Thrus. Visit our blog for this week’s menu.
The Bale Breaker Brewing team loves riding at White Pass Ski Area! So much so that we named our Imperial Rye IPA “High Camp” after the mid-mountain lodge.
Staying safe on the slopes is essential, and White Pass Ski Patrol does a top-notch job. To support their efforts to build a new clinic, we will be making a donation to the White Pass Ski Patrol’s Clinic Campaign for every keg of beer sold at White Pass the 2016-2017 season.
Stay tuned to Instagram and Facebook for updates and fun contests via @balebreaker #freshofftheslopes.
ABOUT WHITE PASS SKI PATROL
The White Pass Volunteer Ski Patrol is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to serving skiers and snowboarders who recreate at White Pass Ski Area. In an effort to more effectively and efficiently serve the public, our organization has undertaken a Capital Campaign to fund the construction of a new White Pass Patrol Clinic. Currently, the patrol is serving skiers out of a small, 1960's era patrol room. With the recent ski area expansion, we have determined a new clinic to be a top priority. The new 2,000 sq.ft. facility will be constructed as an addition to the current shop building located west of the Day Lodge. http://whitepassskipatrol.org/
ABOUT WHITE PASS SKI AREA
White Pass is known as the laid back, friendly ski area amongst those who frequent the Washington Cascades. With 8 lifts (3 quads), over 2,000 vertical feet and nearly 1,500 acres White Pass offers terrain that suits everyone. A Nordic Center and slopeside accommodations at the Village Inn make WP the perfect get-a-way. See us online for all the info at: http://skiwhitepass.com/
ABOUT BALE BREAKER BREWING COMPANY
Bale Breaker Brewing Company brews handcrafted ales that showcase the world-class hops grown in the heart the Yakima Valley. Hops are in the family's DNA - the great-grandparents of sibling-owners Patrick Smith, Meghann Quinn, and Kevin Smith first planted hops in the Yakima Valley in 1932, the year before Prohibition ended. Now, 84 years later, their love of hops and passion for craft beer has led them to where they are today – in the midst of running a production brewery surrounded by their family’s hop fields, just down the road from where they were born and raised.
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Posted December 13, 2016