CANNON BEACH, Ore.... Public Coast Brewing, named after Oregon’s 363 miles of free and open coastline, introduces The People’s Pale, brewed in celebration of Public Coast Brewing’s first birthday and in homage to the Oregon Beach Bill, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of its signing on July 6. ... The People’s Pale is crafted with grain and hops grown in Oregon and malted in Baker City. It boasts a bounty of flavors, including citrus and bitters, making this a true pale ale for the people.
“Public Coast honors the welcoming spirit of the Oregon Coast,” said Ryan Snyder, owner of Public Coast. “That is why we have created a new pale ale that is approachable and filled with the flavors of summer. The People’s Pale is the beer for everyone from the novice to the aficionado and was brewed combining the natural and rich flavors of Oregon.”
Malts: 2-Row, Pale and Pilsner, all malted with "Full Pint" barley - Gold Rush Malt, Baker's City, OR
Hops: El Dorado, Horizon, Crystal, Cashmere and Columbus
Barley: Full Pint - Hay INC, North Powder, OR
The People’s Pale is currently available at Public Coast’s brewery in Cannon Beach (264 E 3rd St, Cannon Beach, OR 97110), and will be distributed more broadly this summer and fall.
Public Coast features food and perfectly paired beverages to accompany a day filled with beachcombing, hiking, Haystack Rock gazing and kite flying. The Brewery uses only seasonal, local and fresh ingredients, including oregon grass-fed beef, fresh-catch fish and house-made brats with tangy sauces, not to mention, Jacobsen Salt Caramel Sundaes. Public Coast even