Brewery News: OR: Portland: Laurelwood Workhorse IPA to be released in 12-packs

Press Release
image courtesy Laurelwood Brewing Company
Portland, OR – Laurelwood Brewing Co., Portland’s original organic-certified brewery, has announced the addition of Workhorse IPA 12-pack bottles to their lineup of year-round beers. The spring 2016 roll-out marks the first 12-pack release from Laurelwood.

“We’re thrilled to branch out into 12-packs and to offer one of Oregon’s best-selling IPAs in this packaging,” says James Buxman, Marketing & Sales Director for Laurelwood Brewing Co. “Our new 12-pack will give craft beer drinkers more opportunities to enjoy our Workhorse IPA.”

Workhorse IPA was first brewed in 2006 and quickly gained ground to become one of Laurelwood Brewing Co.’s flagships. Praised as a well-balanced IPA, Workhorse earned the esteemed National IPA Championship title in 2009. The brewery began bottling it in 22 oz bottles in 2007, then in 6-pack 12 oz bottles in 2013.

Fans of Laurelwood Brewing Co.’s popular IPA can look forward to seeing the new 12-packs in Fred Meyers, Safeway, and Albertsons throughout Oregon and Washington, with additional retailers to follow.

About Laurelwood Brewing Co.:

Laurelwood is a family owned brewery that creates some of the most recognized regional craft beers. Owners, Mike De Kalb and Cathy Woo-De Kalb first began producing certified organic beer in 2001. Laurelwood’s product line is known for its dedication to quality and innovation, with numerous beers holding national and international awards. Laurelwood’s handcrafted brews can be found on draft, in bottles, and cans throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Alaska, British Columbia, and Japan. To learn more,
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