GoodLife Brewing Expands To Utah As It Adds Two New 6 Packs

This past fall GoodLife Brewing announced its expansion into the state of Nevada with a taproom and distribution. Now the Bend, Oregon based brewer has entered the state of Utah with its new distribution partner, General Distributing of Salt Lake City.

In addition to this new distribution expansion, GoodLife Brewing has also released two new 6-packs. This includes Wave Park Hazy IPA that’s now available in 12 ounce, 6-pack cans along with draft. Joining this Hazy IPA in 6-packs is High Altitude Premium American Lager that is now packaged in another size option of 16 ounce cans.

Wave Park Hazy IPA is inspired by the Deschutes River Surf Wave, just a short distance from the brewery on the Deschutes River near the Old Mill District. This Hazy IPA has been a labor of love for GoodLife Brewing.

“We’ve long had a rotation of Hazy IPA’s on tap for some years now, but bringing it into package is a thrilling milestone for us,” stated Tyler West, GoodLife Brewing Director of Brewing Operations.

Wave Park Hazy IPA is described as offering fruity aromatic nose with qualities of peach, apricot, and pineapple. Flavors of Ripe Pineapple, Meyer Lemon, Stone fruit, Gooseberry, with a Grapefruit Zest and Juniper/Piney bite. It sits at 6.7% ABV and 65 IBUs.

To celebrate the release of Wave Park Hazy IPA, GoodLife Brewing has a few release parties planned across Oregon that begin on Friday of this week. Here’s the list of events.

  • Friday, March 8: Eugene, OR – Market of Choice – Delta Oaks – 3pm-5pm
  • Wednesday, March 13: Portland, OR – Concordia Ale House – 4pm-7pm
  • Friday, March 22: Bend, OR – 3rd St. Beverages – 3pm-6pm
  • Friday, March 22: Bend, OR – Newport Market – 12pm-4pm

GoodLife’s High Altitude Premium American Lager, already a hit among lager enthusiasts, is expanding its horizons with the release of High Altitude in 16 ounce-six-pack cans, complementing their growing new brand. Currently available in 12oz 12-pack cans, 19.2oz cans, as well as in draft, the High Altitude series is a testament to GoodLife’s commitment to reinventing classic styles.

“The reception to High Altitude has been fantastic. It’s a playful twist on a timeless favorite. We’re thrilled to see the resurgence of reimagined brews along with traditional northwest lagers.” remarks Ty Barnett, Co-owner of GoodLife Brewing.

For more information on GoodLife Brewing, visit, or find the brewery on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter at @GoodLifeBrewing.

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