Pike Brewing Releases Mountain’s Out IPA in 12oz Cans
Washington is known for its hops, but the state also grows a fair amount of barley and both of these ingredients shine in the latest release from Pike Brewing. The new Mountain’s Out IPA is brewed with 100% Washington grown ingredients.
Mountains Out IPA is made with Opera pilsner and oats from Skagit Valley Malting and LINC Malt representing Eastern Washington with Purple Egyptian, Elwha Spelt, and Gazelle Rye. The beer is hopped with Mosaic and Simcoe from Yakima Chief Hops, and Azacca from Roy Farms. This packs a beer that is described as bursting with candied tangerine and lime peels, meadow flowers, alpine berries, and evergreen pine with a low-medium hop lingering on the palette. The beer sits at ABV 7.0% and 45 IBUs.
“Mountains Out is a classic Northwest IPA and perfect to take on outdoor excursions,” said Leslie Shore, head brewer at Pike Brewing, in a statement. “Staying in? This beer will keep you company with hop notes of citrus, berry, and flowers and the lingering finish will have you dreaming of hiking in the mountains and enjoying the first flowers of spring.”
Pike’s seasonal beers, including Mountains Out IPA, are available at Pike Brewing, Pike Taproom, local bottle shops, and select retailers throughout the Pacific Northwest. To learn more, visit pikebrewingseattle.com.