White Salmon, WA — Everybody’s Brewing will release Indoor Survival Hazy IPA this Monday, March 22nd, in 16oz cans, followed by the re-release of Petrichor Helles Lager on April 2nd, in 16oz cans. Both will be available at local bottle shops and select chain stores throughout the Washington and Oregon markets.
Indoor Survival, ringing in at an approachable 6.5% ABV and 35BU, was designed to display the innovative interaction between hops and malt.
“Hazy IPAs are just as much about the interplay of malts and unique yeast profiles, as they are about the hops that are used,” says Adam McClure, Head Brewer at Everybody’s Brewing. “I think this style is evolving, even to your average beer drinker. It’s not just about the hop craze anymore. People are learning that it’s about new malt combinations and the interaction of malt and hops that sets these beers apart.”
Petrichor, in contrast, has a more traditional approach in mind. At 5.2% ABV and 20BU, this Helles Lager was carefully brewed to reflect the delicate nature of a centuries-old German style. The recipe, written by Everybody’s Brewer, Dave McGinley, was inspired by his time studying under the Siebel Master Brewer program in Germany. “I wanted to recreate a famous German lager that I practically lived off of while studying in Munich,” says McGinley. “This easy-drinking lager showcases great pilsner malt, low bitterness, and a dry, crisp finish – sure to be a thirst-quencher for the warmer weather to come.”
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