(WA) Coming Soon ... Epic Ales Simply Summer Farmhouse Ale

image Epic Ales Taphandle courtesy of our Flickr page Seattle, WA - Hard to believe that it's only be a few months since the brewery in SoDo (no not Two Beers) first opened its doors to the masses. With a focus on 'Artisan Ales' Brewer and Owner Cody Lee Morris, is continuing the trend of focusing on beers that match the seasons and whatever is on the table with Simple Summer Farmhouse Ale.

With a tentative release of June 21st, look for this bottle conditioned (22 ounce) beaut' to roll off the shelves of your nearby bottleshop or Epic Ale tasting room.

Beer Geek Specifications

OG: 1.003
FG: 1.05
ABW: %4.9
Malt: Gambrinus Pilsner
Hops: Cascade
Yeast: Fuji

"Continuing the theme of the Simple Ale, Simply Summer uses only four ingredients. Fermented warm, this ale is super dry with spicy yeast notes. Carbonated to levels found commonly in lagers and wiezens, this refreshing ale is prefect for sunshine, goat cheese and freshly grilled treats.  Each barrel has one pound of Cascade hops boiled for 90 minutes to give it the classic pine-like snappiness famous in the Northwest."

Special thanks to Cody Lee Morris for this information

For more information go ahead and contact Cody at the tasting room or as always if you don't see if on the shelf of your nearby alehouse or grocer as them to buy some.

About Epic Ales

Epic Ales was started in the early 21st century by self admitted mad-man Cody Morris.

Like many breweries, it all started with the first batch of homebrew. Brewer, Cody Morris, was immediately spellbound by the limitless possibilities that beer could be. He spent over two years working at a homebrew shop, learning, practicing and obsessing over the magic of brewing. While he was perfecting his craft, Cody became somewhat of a foodie, and currently works with specialty foods, always thinking of new flavor combinations to brew up [more] –source, Epic Ales



About the photos’ author
Paul “Fruit Trees” Orchard, is an amateur craft beer enthusiast and amateur photographer. Throughout the many years in craft beer he is always carrying a camera (smartphone, digital, traditional) and is invites you to see that beer can also be exciting even if you can’t drink the photo.

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