NW Peaks Brewery

March mountainBeers – Esmeralda Ale and Alta Oat Pale.

Breaking News:

NW Peaks Base Camp is now closed; however the Bergschrund (located half a block South) is handling all retail operations, including pouring 12 NW Peaks brewery’s beers and assuming control of mountainBeer subscriptions. Please head on in to get a sampler tray, pint, or a NW Peaks growler fill.  the Bergschrund:


Base Camp is CLOSED (see above); please check out the Bergschrund, a tavern featuring almost exclusively NW Peaks brews!

Upcoming Events:

Thurs throughout March: TAP NW Peaks supports RiteCare of Washington.


Updated on March 1, 2015
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    Esmeralda Ale

    Ingalls and the lovely Stuart from the summit.

    Ingalls and the lovely Stuart from the summit.

    The name. The mountain. Esmeralda is located in the Teanaway River drainage just S of Ingalls peak and SW of Mt Stuart – one of our favorite areas. It’s on the other side of the Teanaway River from its beastly neighbors and is a much easier approach/climb than that of it’s neighbors. The “class 2″ trek to the summit offers some great views of the massive Mt Stuart and the Stuart range and is part of a great loop for a day hike.

    The Beer. Esmeralda is one of our ‘adjunct’ beers for March. The adjuncts in Esmeralda are corn and molasses that create a unique character. The corn provides a nice sweetness and smoothness and complements the molasses notes. Esmeralda was fermented with an English ale yeast adding a smooth fruity flavor on top. With very little few hop notes, the slight grain sweetness and dark sugar properties are uniquely featured. ABV: 5.5%

    Thursday Appreciation Pints – March 2015

    TAP NW Peaks

    March Thursday Appreciation Pints benefits: RiteCare of Washington – Enabling children to communicate.

    Money raised through the Thursday Appreciation Pints program will go to RiteCare of Washington. Click here to donate independent from Thursday Appreciation Pints.

    RiteCare of Washington gave us an overview of what they do:

    RiteCare of Washington is a non-profit providing intensive speech therapy to children ages 2 through 7 who struggle to communicate. We also provide education classes for parents.  All of this is at no cost to families.  Our services are funded through donations and fundraising events (such as the upcoming beer festival in April). We are in our 31st year of service!

    When asked how the general public can contribute to what they are doing:

    We need volunteers to help with fundraising events, including the beer festival in April ;), along with general help.  We are always welcoming donations and appreciate people spreading the word about RiteCare!

    … and how can the general consumer contact you?

    We can be contacted by:

    Phone: 206.324.6293

    Contact Page

    Facebook: RiteCare of Washington

    Join us at The Bergschrund every Thursday in March to help support this great organization!

    Stuart Stout

    The objective (the W Ridge) from camp in waning light.

    The name. The mountain. Mt Stuart is a massive mountain easily seen from the storied Enchantments, and from I90 ~13 miles SW from Leavenworth. It’s the second tallest non-volcanic peak in WA and can be identified from nearly any high summit. The mountain offers many types of climbs from a couple of approaches. For example, the Cascadian couloir is a long, technically easy ascent on (blah) scree.

    The West ridge is a (easy) technical route that is a lesson in high alpine route finding. And the N ridge is a great sustained mid class 5 multi-pitch rock climb. All of these start in beautiful Headlight basin – worth the day trip in itself on a great trail.

    The Beer. Since Mt Stuart is one of the most noticeable, bold, non-volcanic peaks in WA we tried to make the beer bearing its name similar. Stuart is medium-full bodied stout that is roast forward. The end result is  a rich, deeply roasty interpretation of the style that starts smooth and ends with a slight lingering bitterness from the roasted barley. A fine beer to drink anytime, but best enjoyed in front of a fire on a cold rainy winter evening.  ABV: 5.5%

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