As with anything in life when there is a cyclical recognition one must celebrate. For most of us that means a birthday or an anniversary. For breweries much like any other business that usually means a Anniversary party.
As of September 2011, Alaskan Brewing will be 25 year’s old. While that number seems insignificant to most, that is definitely an achievement in the brewing community. To put that into perspective Sierra Nevada (makers of famous Pale Ale) and Redhook Brewery (makers of that familiar ESB) are 30! Granted when one compares Budweiser, Miller, Coors, or even Yuengling, this is a drop in the bucket.
Still 25 years is nothing to shrug at in the realm of great beer. So with that we are happy to announce the release of Alaskan’s Anniversary Ale, Perseverance.
Alaskan has been brewing in the remote coastal town of Juneau, Alaska for the last 25 incredible years. To celebrate this tradition, the Brew Crew created Alaskan Perseverance Ale; a Russian Imperial Stout brewed with Alaska birch syrup, fireweed honey and alder-smoked malt – a tribute to all that makes Alaskan beers truly Alaskan.
As with most things celebratory this beer will no doubt be released in limited quantities and will only be around for a short time. As always if you don’t find it on the shelves, around September, ask your grocer to order some!
About Alaskan Brewing Co.
Alaskan Brewing Co. has been making award-winning beer in Juneau, Alaska, since 1986. The Alaskan Brew Crew bottles the unique character of the Last Frontier with historic recipes, local ingredients and glacier-fed water. Alaskan Brewing handcrafts Amber, Pale, White, IPA, Stout, Smoked Porter, Winter Ale, Summer Ale and a variety of limited edition beers in the Alaskan Pilot Series. Follow Alaskan at Facebook.com/AlaskanBrewingCo, Twitter.com/AlaskanBrewing and www.alaskanbeer.com.