100+ New Pacific Northwest Craft Beer Labels

Burnside Brewing Sweet Heat

Over the last month or so, several new craft beer labels have been submitted to the Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) for approval. We dug up more than a hundred new beer labels from around the Pacific Northwest. Some are beers you might be used to like favorites from Deschutes, Ninkasi, and Full Sail. Then there’s some new and highly anticipated bottle, can, and keg releases. These include Burnside Brewing’s Sweet Heat Ale with Apricots and Peppers, a favorite of ours from the Portland brewpub; new beers from Ale Apothecary near Bend, Oregon are certain to be bigtime tradebait for the geeks; Elysian’s pumpkin madness ensues with at least three new bottled gourdy goodies; and certainly by now you’ve caught wind that Double Mountain has four flavors in 500ml bottles. Check all these new beer labels out:

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This post was written by Angelo on August 15, 2012

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2 Comments so far

  1. James August 16, 2012 2:02 pm

    Temecula? Sonoma Valley? Pittsburg, CA? If you remove the ones from California are there still 100+ of these that are from the Pacific Northwest?

  2. admin August 17, 2012 10:58 am

    James, I bet if you add up all the ones that you are disputing and subtract that number from the total on this list (118), you can find your answer. If you’d like me to do the math for you or discuss this further, feel free to send me a direct message. Cheers!
    “The Pacific Northwest is a geographic region. Geographic regions, unlike politically-defined places like nations or counties, don’t always have clear boundaries. Regions sometimes have fuzzy borders where they mesh with their neighbors. Since there are no official boundaries for the Pacific Northwest, the region can be defined in several ways. In general, the definitions are either political or ecological.” -Ivan Phillipsen (some of his best friends are banana slugs)

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