Bale Breaker’s taproom is open to the public with limited indoor seating, new hours, and added precautions. Click here for details.
This time last year our taproom doors were closed for the unforeseeable future. What we thought would be a momentary pause on “normal” life turned into almost a year of adjustments. Well, thanks to all of your hard work and commitment to keeping our community safe – those days are behind us!
Spring has sprung and #patioszn is amongst us. The Yakima Valley is buzzing, and we couldn’t be more excited to go into this new season with our taproom doors open, beer flowing, and hops growing. While things may not be back to 100% normal, we’ve got a lot of newness going on to help keep your spirits high and glasses lookin’ half full, kind of thing. Read on to find out what’s new in the taproom:
We are now open Wednesdays through Fridays from 3-8pm, Saturdays from 12-8pm, and Sundays from 12-6pm. That’s five days out of the week you get to enjoy our beer straight from the source, served by yours truly.
In addition to our new hours, we’ve added four more tap handles to our pour station, making the total count of beer on draft to 16. This gives us more room to experiment on our Imagination Station, our 5-barrel pilot brewhouse, and to bring you more new beer and seltzers (!!) to taste before we release them into the market. Not to mention, we’ve added two new ciders to the menu from our friends over at Yonder Cider, including their fruited summer seasonal, Sunnyslope. There’s truly something for everyone!
To help everyone maintain a safe, social distance, we’re offering new blankets to purchase in the taproom or online to lay out in the lawn, while you enjoy a cold brew and soak in that Yakima sunshine. Just remember: Masks must be worn at all times unless your bun is on a blanket or in a seat!
And lest we not forget – we’re still shipping out beer to all you fellow of-age Washingtonians who aren’t able to travel to Field 41 quite yet – but for those who can, come have a beer with us!
Posted April 09, 2021