Officially released yesterday, this "... unfiltered organic holiday ale is brewed with Golding and Chinook hop varieties, along with Organic Pale, Organic Wheat, Munich, Organic Chocolate, Organic Roast & Caramel blend Malt."
Brewed to warm you up on these cold nights, this Weizenbock borrows some of it's strength from it’s cousin the Dunkelweizen.
- OG = 18ºP
- ABV: 7.35%
- IBU: 34.5
Deep, rich brown color with a cloudy appearance and a smooth, slightly roasted flavor from dark malts and hop spicyness.
Swing by one of Elliott Bay Brewing's three locations in Burien (255 SW 152nd Street), Lake City (12537 Lake City Way NE), or their original location at 4720 California Ave SW in West Seattle.
About Elliott Bay Brewing
Elliott Bay Brewing Co. is a family owned company of high quality neighborhood brewpubs in communities throughout the Seattle area. Owners Todd Carden and Brent Norton met in 1994 while working for the iconic Maritime Pacific Brewing Co. They forged a friendship and explored their common goal and dream of owning and operating their own brewpub. They also met Head Brewer Doug Hindman at Maritime Pacific.
Todd and Brent incorporated the company in November of 1996. In March 1997 they signed their first lease and began construction of a brewpub in the historic “Junction” of West Seattle. They opened for business on July 11, 1997. Doug joined the ranks in September of 1997 and has been Head Brewer ever since.
Over the past thirteen years in West Seattle, Elliott Bay Brewery & Pub has been a leader in sustainability, philanthropic support, and instumental [sic] in creating an amazing sense of community in the neighborhoods which it serves. Elliott Bay Brewhouse and Pub, the companyís [sic] second brewpub, opened in Burien in March of 2007. The Burien Brewhouse, like its West Seattle sibling, supports a progressive company culture and socially responsible business practices.