Everybody’s Brewing Releases Stir It Up Hazy IPA + Green Ice Pilsner in 16oz Cans

image of a 4-pack of Stir It Up Hazy IPA courtesy of Everybody's Brewing
image of a 4-pack of Stir It Up Hazy IPA courtesy of Everybody’s Brewing

Branching out from its standard lineup of 12oz cans, Everybody’s Brewing is set to release a new rotating lineup of beers in new 16oz Tall Boy cans. The inaugural release will feature Stir It Up Hazy IPA and Green Ice Pilsner.

This week Everybody’s Brewing will be part of three release events for these two new beers in the region. The first one will take place on Wednesday, July 10th at Belmont Station that’ll be followed up on Thursday, July 11th at Northwest Liquid Goal and capped off on Friday, July 12th at Volcanic Bottle Shop.

Here are additional details from Everybody’s Brewing press release…

These will be the first in a new line of rotating 16oz cans. The brewery plans to release two new cans quarterly. Owner Doug Ellenberger said, “The rotating cans will give us a chance to showcase some of our favorite beers. They also gives us a chance to step outside the box a little with our branding. We’ll be doing short runs of each style, so we are going to have some have fun with the artwork.”

Josh Billings loading up the first pallet of Stir it Up Hazy IPA. (image courtesy of Everybody's Brewing)
Josh Billings loading up the first pallet of Stir it Up Hazy IPA. (image courtesy of Everybody’s Brewing)

Stir It Up Hazy IPA is 7.1% ABV, 30 IBUs, and pours a light yellow with a white meringue head and lacing. It’s hopped with Cashmere, Strata, and Motu. Head brewer, Adam McClure, said this recipe was designed for the summer. “It’s got a nice light body by design. It’s hazy and smooth, from just a touch of wheat and oats. We wanted the hop blend to shine through.”

image of Green Ice Pilsner courtesy of Everybody's Brewing
image of Green Ice Pilsner courtesy of Everybody’s Brewing

Green Ice Pilsner is crisp and light. It has touch of Northwest hops on top of Weyermann Premium Malt. “We ferment it long and cold,” said McClure. “Everyone that works in the brewery is really proud of this beer, so we’re happy to get it in front of a larger audience with the cans.”

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