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It's that marvelous time of the year when the hard work of a full hop season comes to fruition and the yield of that harvest gets packed into the most in-demand beers of the year. This year, we bring back our Head Stash Fresh Hop IPA packed with 200lbs of fresh Simcoe Hops from Loza Farms, ringing in at a solid 6.6% and 69BUs. This year’s Simcoe hops add their classic combination of both flavor and bittering qualities to the batch; expect a big piney aroma that's met with a resinous flavor and a medium body.   Head Stash Fresh...

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Here in The Gorge, we work hard and play even harder.  The abundance of outdoor recreation that this area offers is by and large the reason so many folks flock here, and we don’t blame ‘em. There’s never a season without action: kayaking and hiking in the spring, kiteboarding and windsurfing in the summer, skiing and snowboarding in the winter, and mountain biking and brewery hopping (oh yeah, it’s a sport) in the fall. Sometimes, in one penultimate day, you can fit not one, not two, but THREE of these adrenaline-fueled activities in: this is what’s known as a “Three Sport...

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Meet Magic IPA: the beer can that’s as fun to stare at as it is to drink. And what better time to release a beer with some extra “magic” in it? By now people most craft beer fans are familiar with the dynamic flavors given off by using Kveik yeast. (If you are not, read our blog about it here.) We have been playing with Kveik strains in several of our hazy beers this year and getting amazing results. In fact, we have a collab with Stoup Brewing releasing next week that uses our favorite blend yet! (More on that next week)....

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We're still charging ahead with take-out orders and beer to-go! Check out our menu here, and call (509.637.2774) or stop by the pub to place your order. Check out this blog to see what Everybody's is doing in response to the statewide shutdown.

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If you are reading this blog, you probably know what hops are, so we’ll spare you the basics. At this point in the craft beer world, lots of people not only know that they like “hoppy beer”, but they know what specific hop varieties they prefer, too. Long gone are the days of Cascade, Centennial, and Chinook leading the bitter charge in your IPA. They now play second fiddle to the modern, fruit-forward, aroma and flavor hops you commonly see listed on the menu: Galaxy, Citra, Mosiac, El Dorado, etc. Hop farms now spend lots of lab time cross breeding...

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