The name. Kendall Peak is located just off Snoqualmie Pass … a great destination for a summer hike or winter day in the snow. The Beer. A brown porter as a base with ginger and bitter orange peel added at the end of the boil, resulting is a full flavored (featuring the ginger and orange), but very light bodied, easy drinking beer.
With a name like Snowfield, we couldn’t resist naming our winter beer after it, not to mention it’s one of a kind in the heart of the N Cascades. This winter, we used an american ale yeast and added Sorachi Ace to the repertoire resulting in a balanced winter beer featuring notes of chocolate and citrus hops
Easy Peak is the high point on Easy Ridge, one of the most beautiful, easy going, completely back country experience in the N Cascades. The beer. Easy is a nut brown as the base – a medium bodied, malty brown with a nice nutty hop (and malt) character. Pecans and pie spices round out the beer, making it just like pecan pie in a glass.
The mountain. Spickard is juxtaposed to Mt Redoubt and is a great alpine destination, although accessibility is limited to put it mildly. The Beer. We went towards Thanksgiving spices. We started with a base that includes more than 25% maize… then added some spruce, rosemary, and thyme…
Fresh hops! Harvest season is a fun time for brewers. It’s the only time in the year we get local fresh hops and get to put them into the beer straight off the vines! We got 2 varietals this year and featured fresh hops in the two mountainBeers paring each fresh hop in styles that portray their special characteristics….
The mountain. The enchantments are a string of alpine lakes just outside of Leavenworth…. The beer. Enchantment ale is a saison, a style that is categorized as a ‘farmhouse ale….’ but these styles also have a nice fruity notes (apple and pear), with a slight perception of sweetness…
The mountain. Kyes Peak is a lesser known peak located in the Monte Cristo group… The beer. Our interpretation is light, refreshing, and contains some fruity notes from the yeast fermentation on top of a very bready backbone.
We brewed this beer in collaboration with Sounder at Heart, a community blog about the Seattle Sounders FC. Dave, from Sounder at Heart, helped design and name this beer as a tribute to the football club. This is also what he had to say: The name. The team: Seattle Sounders FC are a soccer club […]
An “American wheat” ale. a wheat base with a light lemon zest and lemon hop aroma along with a wheat base giving it a light, bready flavor/body.
Part of the “pilchuck series,” Forgotten is located off the mountain loop hwy, and is pretty low in elevation, hence part of our session series (low ABV beers)… The Beer. Forgotten is single hop ale (Summit). It is a crisp, light, hop forward beer that you can have a session of without killing your palate.keep looking »