Unfortunately, for those living West of Yakima, it's been difficult to enjoy a pint of Field 41 Pale Ale or Top Cutter India Pale Ale.That's all changed with the brewery given authority to send beer to King and Snohomish counties.
But Bale Breaker's co-owner Meghan Quinn isn't satisfied with simply sending beer to thirsty livers to the 'West side'. Starting next Thursday (March 27th), and running through Saturday (March 29th), Bale Breaker brewers and co-owners will be in town to promote their uniquely located brewery. With tentative visits at the Beveridge Place Pub, Malt & Vine, Bottleworks, and Cooper's Alehouse; Bale Breaker invites you to stop by, share a pint of IPA or Pale Ale, and get to know the brewery located among the hop fields.
- Thursday March 27th, 2014 7pm-10pm
Bale Breaker visits West Seattle's Beveridge Place Pub.
- Friday March 28th, 2014 12pm-2pm
Bale Breaker visit Redmond's Malt & Vine
- Friday March 28th, 2014 5pm-8pm
Bale Breaker visits Wallingford's Bottleworks
- Saturday March 29th, 2014 6pm
Bale Breaker visits Cooper's Alehouse
About Bale Breaker Brewing Company
Bale Breaker Brewing Company is the newest craft brewery to open in the heart of our nation’s hop country, but while the brewery is new on the scene, the family behind the beer is not. The great-grandparents of owners Patrick Smith, Meghann Quinn, and Kevin Smith first planted hops in the Yakima Valley in 1932, the year before Prohibition ended. Now, 82 years later, their love of hops and passion for craft beer has led them to where they are today – in the midst of running a production brewery surrounded by their family’s hop fields, just down the road from where they were born and raised.
Bale Breaker Brewing Company opened the doors to their new 30-barrel production brewery in April 2013. Surrounded on three sides by a field of Cascade hops, the new facility is approximately 11,000 square feet and houses an onsite taproom (no food preparation, but outside food is welcome) with a beautiful outdoor patio and lawn area, perfect for enjoying the Yakima sunshine.
Northwest Beer Guide