Preparing for an adventurous day hike should include a few beers in your pack. Two Beers Brewing Co from Seattle returns with its Day Hike Summer Ale in 6-pack cans. Day Hike has a new can label and new 6-pack box but the sessionable beer inside is still the same.
Day Hike is a crisp ale with hints of grapefruit and lemon that makes for a very approachable 4.1% ABV and 45 IBUs. A perfect companion to take on an outdoor adventure, Day Hike will be released today, Thursday, May 10th at The Woods Tasting Room.
“Everyone at the brewery lives for the summer and the chance to get outdoors – it’s what we do,” said Joel VandenBrink, founder & CEO of Two Beers Brewing Co. in a statement. “This beer is our ode to that. The chance to spend a Sunday up in the mountains. And at the end, there’s nothing like pulling a Day Hike or two out of your pack to enjoy with friends.”
With six-packs available for purchase to go, Day Hike will also be available today on tap with three limited edition infusions: Tangerine, Double Dry Hopped with Citra and Mango. All four versions will be available in a Day Hike flight.
In addition to 12 taps of beer and 12 taps of cider, The Woods tasting room is the perfect place to grab all you need for the perfect day hike or overnight. Pick up a six-pack, a Discovery Pass, hiking books, dog leashes, Stanley growlers and more. The Woods also acts as a hub for Back40 Outfitters – a Seattle-based rental company with kits packed with all the essentials you need for backpacking and camping – who will be onsite beginning at 5pm on May 11 with their backpacking kits to answer questions about gear, hikes, rental procedures and more.
D.J. is a Portland, Oregon based writer that spent his formative years in the Midwest. With over 20 years under his belt of drinking beer at festivals across America and the world, he has developed a strong appreciation and understanding of craft beer and the industry that surrounds it. He can be found in any of the great breweries or beer bars that make Portland the best beer city in the world. His writing can also be found in Northwest Brewing News and can be followed on Twitter at @hopapalooza.