Anyone familiar with Airways Brewing know how fitting it is for the Kent-based brewery to produce a beer for the annual Aviation Geek Fest. Below, information about the release of #AvGeek Hoppy Pale Ale.
Airways Brewing Celebrates Airline Obsession; Releases Limited Edition #AvGeek Hoppy Pale Ale
KENT, Wash. (February 12, 2015) – Beginning Thursday, February 12, Western Washington area craft beer lovers can begin stocking up on Airways Brewing Company’s® #AvGeek Hoppy Pale Ale. This beer is being brewed in conjunction with AirlineReporter.com to be available in time for the annual Aviation Geek Fest.
“From the theme of our brewery, it’s obvious I’m an AvGeek,” said Alex Dittmar, founder and head brewer at Airways Brewing Company. “As we near our 5th anniversary, it seems like a good time to celebrate the other passion we have besides beer.”
“On behalf of myself and the entire AirlineReporter team, we’re excited to partner with Airways Brewing to celebrate this AvGeek-themed beer,” said David Parker Brown, Editor-In-Chief and founder of AirlineReporter. “At Aviation Geek Fest, we celebrate the best of Puget Sound aviation with readers from around the world. It’s only fitting that we toast the experience with an amazing aviation-themed brew.”
#AvGeek Hoppy Pale Ale features experimental hop 07270 from Hopsteiner in Yakima—hop “727” so to speak— the perfect hop for an airliner-enthusiast beer. After all, what true AvGeek doesn’t like the 727? At 6.1% and 50 IBU, this beer is designed to showcase the hop flavors and aroma, and also be extremely balanced.
#AvGeek Hoppy Pale Ale will be available on draught and in 22-ounce bottles at both Airways locations and select specialty bottle shops starting February 12th.
About Airways Brewing Company
Founded in Spring 2010, Airways Brewing Company is a growing microbrewery located in Kent, Washington. Currently producing several year-round and seasonal offerings—including Sky Hag IPA®, Seat Kicker® IPA, Loud Lady® IPA, Pre Flight Pilsner™, Maylani’s™ Coconut Stout, and PSA® Summer Ale—Airways Brewing also features limited edition beers throughout the year. Pints, tasters, bottles, cans, and growler fills are available at the brewery’s Kent Tap Room, open Tuesday–Wednesday from 3–8 pm, Thursday–Friday from 3–9 pm, and Saturdays from 3-7 pm (6644 S 196th Street, #T-100). Pints, packaged products, and delicious Northwest-style food can be found at the Airways Brewing Beer &Bistro in downtown Kent, Sunday–Thursday from 11 am–9 pm, and Friday–Saturday from 11 am–10 pm (320 W Harrison). Offerings from Airways Brewing can also be found in specialty bars, bottle shops and restaurants throughout Western Washington and the greater Portland, Oregon area. For more information about the brewery or Bistro, visit airwaysbrewing.com.
Founded in 2008, AirlineReporter is a trusted source for all things aviation, airline, and travel. Founded by David Parker Brown, the site has a staff scattered across the globe, bringing readers first-hand experiences, unique feature stories, and industry news coverage and trends. With nearly 60,000 followers on Twitter, and millions of annual readers, AirlineReporter encourages aviation enthusiasts to embrace their inner #AvGeek at www.airlinereporter.com.