Introducing 586 in the 206 IPA, a three-way collab from Reuben’s Brews, Stoup Brewing, and YCH Hops
Things are weird right now, to be sure. The COVID-19 shutdowns have changed the way breweries are selling beer, but that hasn’t stopped Reuben’s Brews from continuing to release new beers at a breakneck pace, as usual. It also hasn’t stopped Stoup Brewing from releasing new beers, even in cans for the first time (as we previously reported). So, as strange as our upside-down world may seem right now, it is refreshing that these kinds of collaborative brewing efforts continue.
Wednesday, April 8th will see the release of a three-way collaboration beer: 586 in the 206 IPA. The collaborators included Reuben’s Brews, Stoup Brewing and YCH Hops of Yakima. You are encouraged to order the beer online starting a 10:00 AM and then pick it up at the Reuben’s Brews To-Go Taproom in Seattle. Here is the release announcement from Reuben’s Brews.
586 IN THE 206 IPA
CAN RELEASE THIS WEDNESDAY
We recently brewed 586 in the 206, an IPA collaboration with our neighbors at Stoup Brewing and our friends from Yakima Chief Hops. This 6% IPA features HBC 586, a brand-new experimental hop grown in the Yakima Valley by YCH.
Cans will be available for order online beginning at 10am on Wednesday, and will also be available for pickup at The Taproom at the same time.
Our to-go only Taproom is open 10am – 7pm daily. If you are already out getting groceries and are in the area, stop by to pick up some fresh beer! We are working hard to keep everyone safely distant at The Taproom when you come by, and we encourage you to ORDER ONLINE beforehand. You’ll get a quicker experience at our Taproom pick up window with no transaction needed. We still offer walk up sales – 6 feet at a time – to our outdoor window for crowlers, new growlers, and packaged beer.⠀
Thank you again for your support and we continue to encourage you to wash your hands, keep proper social distancing, and to follow the advice of our local government, health department, and the CDC. We’ll get through this together, Seattle.