On Thursday, February 19, Elliott Bay Brewing releases Alpine Lakes Pale Ale with a special celebration at its Lake City location (5:00 – 9:00). The beer was brewed to honor the Washington Wild Brewshed® Alliance, specifically to commemorate an important victory for the environment: the passage of the Alpine Lakes Wilderness Additions and the Pratt and Snoqualmie Rivers Protection Act. Passage of these monumental pieces of legislation was seven years in the making.
It’s a mouthful to say, but bear with me. The Alpine Lakes Wilderness Additions and the Pratt and Snoqualmie Rivers Protection Act provides protection to over 22,000 acres of new wilderness and 40 miles of newly designated rivers as wild and scenic.
Alpine Lakes Pale will be on tap at all three Elliott Bay Brewing Company locations. For every Alpine Lakes Pale sold, Elliott Bay Brewing will donate a dollar to Washington Wild. Additionally, Hops Direct and Country Malt Group donated hops and grain, helping to increase the amount donated.
Alpine Lakes Pale Ale Release Celebration
Elliott Bay Public House & Brewery
12537 Lake City Way NE
Seattle, WA 98125
Celebration is downstairs in the Cascade Room, from 5:00 – 9:00.
Alpine Lakes Pale
This delicious golden beer balances hops with lingering citrus for a great combination!
Style: Hoppy Pale Ale
Malt: Organic 2 Row, Organic Munich, Organic Carapils, Special B
Pellet Hops: Organic Chinook, Organic Amarillo, Organic Sorachi Ace
Wet Hops: Chinook
About Washington Wild Brewshed Alliance
The Brewshed movement is led by Washington Wild in Washington State. A Brewshed is the link between clean healthy watersheds and superior local beers, because clean water makes better beer. A watershed is a Brewshed!
At Washington Wild, we work to permanently protect Washington’s wild river systems and the lands they flow through, many of which supply drinking water to Washington communities and provide the water to create our delicious local beers. Through Wilderness and Wild & Scenic River designations, our goal is to permanently protect and restore wild lands and waters in Washington State.