Everybody’s Brewing Releases Mountain Mama Pale Ale
Press Release: Everybody’s Brewing announced today the release of their newest beer, Mountain Mama Pale Ale. Coming in at 5.6% ABV, and 55 IBUs, the hop profile is led by Citra and Cascade, with CTZ used for bittering. The brewery plans to keep this beer available year round.
Since December, this beer has been brewed exclusively for Mount Hood Meadows Ski Resort. However, due to overwhelming popularity and positive reviews, Everybody’s decided to release this beer for wider distribution, including their pub in White Salmon, WA. “We tried a new blend of hops in this Pale, and the reception has been outstanding. It was an easy decision to make it available to a wider audience,” said owner/brewmaster Doug Ellenberger.
The beer is named Mountain Mama in honor of co-founder of the brewery, Christine Elleberger, who graduated from West Virginia University, where she was a white water rafting guide and kayaker. A true outdoors-woman, her love of snowboarding and rivers brought her to the Northwest, and also inspired Doug to giver her the nickname Mountain Mama. “She’s the heart and soul behind this brewery, and she deserves a beer named after her. We wanted the tap handle to represent what a strong and amazing woman she is,” said Doug.
Head brewer Adam McClure is extremely proud of this beer as well, noting the strong aroma, and clean finish. “I wanted to give the drinker a big, juicy fruit, citrus aroma, but not blow them away with bitterness. We wanted to make a beer that can be enjoyed by everyone, from craft novice, to the hop heads of the Northwest. We also used some rolled oats in the recipe, which helps give it a nice body. The result is a clean, flavorful American Pale Ale.”
About Everybody’s Brewing…
Everybody’s Brewing opened in 2008 in White Salmon, WA by Doug and Christine Ellenberger with over 20 years of professional brewing and restaurant experience. Their award winning beers are widely distributed throughout Washington, Oregon, and Northern Idaho. The brew pub offers fantastic, locally sourced food, with an outdoor deck that provides a stunning view of Mt. Hood, and the Columbia River Gorge. This combination makes Everybody’s Brewing a must stop attraction when traveling to the Northwest.
There’s already a pale ale named Mountain Momma in West Virginia from Bridge Brew Works, which from my understanding was the first beer named that. Although the spelling is different I would think even with Everybody’s Brewing’s history I would think they would shy away from that.