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Bale Breaker Brewing releasing Sesiones del Migrante Mango IPA on September 7th

 

Not long ago we told you about Sesiones del Migrante, a project involving Bale Breaker Brewing, two Mexican breweries and two California breweries. Read that story to learn more about the project. Tomorrow, Thursday, September 7th they will release the resulting beer.

Sesiones del Migrante Mango IPA will be available in cans and kegs across Washington and Northern Idaho throughout September.

More information below from the press release.

Sesiones del Migrante is a series of beers brewed in collaboration with Mexican and American breweries to celebrate the Mexican migrant workers who travel to the Yakima Valley to harvest hops for breweries across the globe. As part of this project, Bale Breaker will release Sesiones del Migrante Mango IPA in September in limited quantities of kegs and cans throughout its distribution footprint in Washington State and North Idaho. (Limited Can Release // Sept 7 // 5.9% ABV // 30 IBU).

Taste the Sesiones del Migrante Mango IPA! Release party September 7, 5-8pm at Bale Breaker

THE STORY

At Cerveza Mexico – a national trade show – Esteban Silva, of Cervecería de Colima (Colima, Mexico) found his first collaborator: Cerveza Loba (Guadalajara, Mexico). From there, YCH Hops agreed to donate hops for the project, and then Silva reached out to Bale Breaker Brewing Company (Yakima, WA) as well as two up-and-coming California breweries– Ronin Fermentation Project (Truckee, CA) & SouthNorte (San Diego, CA). Watch a short video introducing #migrantsessions.

In May 2017, two of Bale Breaker’s brewer-owners, Kevin Quinn and Kevin Smith, traveled to Mexico to brew in Guadalajara and Colima. At Cerveza Loba, the brewers concocted Loba Nómada, a NE IPA featuring hand-peeled mangoes, a homegrown ingredient. In Colima, they brewed Vale Bale, an IPA with local coconuts. According to Cervecería de Colima, Vale Bale is “a beer inspired by all those people who leave their place of origin, with the firm aspiration to find a better quality of life.”

In early August, brewers from all four collaborating breweries came to Yakima to brew Bale Breaker’s Sesiones del Migrante Mango IPA featuring the freshest Yakima Valley hops. A portion of the proceeds from our beer and events will benefit La Casa Hogar, a local non-profit that connects and educates immigrant Latino families.

“We’re happy that this brewing collaboration will create awareness of the hard work of Yakima’s Latino community. Their work both during harvest and year-round is essential to creating the hoppy beers everyone loves,” said Meghann Quinn, owner/business manager at Bale Breaker.

 


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