45 New Beer Labels From The Pacific Northwest

Deschutes Fresh Squeezed IPA

Spring has sprung as so have several new craft beers that are sure to quench the palate of enthusiasts during the warmer days ahead. Here’s a look at several new beer labels from across the Pacific Northwest that we are greatly anticipating getting our hands on:

Widmer Brothers & Cigar City Gentlemen's Club

Widmer Brothers & Cigar City Gentlemen's Club

Widmer Brothers & Cigar City Gentlemen's Club

Widmer Brotha from Anotha Motha Ale

Widmer Aussie IPA

Sound Brewery Ursus Spelaeus

Sound Brewery Tripel Entendre

Sound Brewery Monk's IndescretionSlanted Rock Afternoon Delight Kolsch Style Ale

Slanted Rock Iron ButtSlanted Rock Initial Point IPA

Slanted Rock Afternoon Delight Kolsch Style Ale

Sierra Nevada Intergalactic Planetary Ale

Rubicon 25 Anniversary IPA

Redhook Trinity Irish-Style Stout

Redhook Svidaniya Stout Aged in Whiskey Barrels

Redhook Half Butt Mild

Pike Wood-Aged Entire Stout

Pike Morning After Pale Ale

Phat Matt's Porter Ale
NW Peaks Redoubt Red

Northwest Brewing Mangoweizen

North Coast Acme California IPA

Natian Undun Blonde Ale

Heater Allen Lenzbock

Gigantic Hole In The Head Imperial Pale Ale

Gigantic Dark Meddle

Full Sail WassailFull Sail English-Style Pale AleFull Sail Brown Ale

Full Sail Ridiculously Tasty IPA

Full Sail LTD 06 Black Bock

Fort George Sunrise OPAFort George Cavatica Stout

Drake's Alpha Session

Deschutes and Great Lakes Class of '88 Imperial Smoked Porter

Coalition Off the Wagon Dunkle Rye

Ambacht Matzobrau

Almanac Honey Saison

Almanac Extra Pale Ale

Widmer X-576 IPA

Widmer X-490 IPAWidmer Irish Red Lager

Widmer Old Embalmer '13

 

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3 Comments so far

  1. Mike April 4, 2013 5:15 pm

    Where are the other 44 labels?

  2. TMQPDX April 5, 2013 10:08 am

    Really looking forward to that Gigantic Whole in the head, awesome artwork as well!

  3. Aaron April 6, 2013 4:10 am

    Good info! I wish there were more Kölsch beers in the Northwest. They are light enough to drink, with enough flavor and alcohol to really enjoy.

    Any info on where to find the Meridian,ID beer from Slanted Rock?

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