Tired of winter beers yet? Fremont Brewing offers some relief

Has your palate grown weary under the weight of all those big, malty, complex winter beers? Ya, I didn’t think so. This time of year we blanket ourselves in big, boozy beers and let the warmth of their considerable ABV help us fight seasonal affective disorder. It’s a Seattle thing. Still, a little variety is always welcome.

On Monday, December 29th, Fremont Brewing Company releases something quite different than the typical flurry of winter beers released this time of year: 77 Select Session IPA.

This polite offering comes from a brewery notorious for producing one of the biggest, most bodacious of all winter beers, Abominable Ale. Not to mention its rowdy, hillbilly cousin, Bourbon Barrel Abominable (aka B-Bomb). I recently did a vertical tasting of the last few vintages of B-Bomb. After running through that beautiful brick wall, a nice refreshing session IPA sure would have hit the spot.

Join Fremont Brewing at the Urban Beer Garden on Monday, December 29th from 5:00 – 9:00 for the official 77 Select release event. The evening’s beers include five different infused version of the 77 Select. At 7:00, Fremont Brewing’s Head Brewer, James McDermet, will lead an educational discussion about the beer and be available for questions.

From the Brewery
Description: 77 Select is made with 7 choice ingredients and Fire Brewed in the pits of Fremont Brewing to achieve its rarefied Session IPA status. With this brew we respect Seattle’s old Horlucks and Sicks Brewing Companies, predecessors of Rainier Brewing, and their flagship beers 66 Select and Rainier
ABV: 4.0%
IBU: 60



  1. So now Spring starts before New Years? Next it’ll be Summer Beers by St Patricks Day and Pumpkin Ale for the 4th of July.

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