Two Beers Brewing of Seattle teamed up with Peaks and Pints Beer House in Tacoma to create a house beer, Proctor Peaks IPA. Peaks and Pints, located in the Proctor neighborhood, is described as a craft beer taproom where brew nerds can wave their geek flags. Beyond a beer bar, it’s also a restaurant and bottleshop. Proctor Peaks IPA goes on tap January 11th at 6:00.
Proctor Peaks IPA was developed in collaboration as an exclusive house beer. “I really like dank IPA’s and wanted to create the kind of beer I crave after a day of snowboarding or a big climb,” said Ron Swarner, Owner and Beer Adventure Guide at Peaks and Pints. “I’ve been a fan of Two Beers Brewing for a long time. They’re all about the outdoors, the people here are amazing, it just made sense to work with them to brew this beer.”
Here’s are the words associated with the beer:
“Proctor Peaks IPA (6.7% ABV and 68 IBUs) is a double dry hopped beer with a flavor profile that can best be described as dank, dank, dank. Proctor Peaks showcases Warrior, Columbus, Simcoe, and Chinook hops, is dry hopped with Simcoe and Chinook, and boasts an addition of Simcoe at the zero minute for good measure. The IPA will go on tap at 6PM on January 11 at Peak and Pints (located at 3816 N 26th St Tacoma, WA 98407) where it will remain a permanent handle. Proctor Peaks IPA will later pour at The Woods tasting room as part of their rotating draft offerings.”