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Everybody’s Brews Sale

Stock up your beer pantry for upcoming events and celebrations: Everybody’s Local Logger Lager and Little Sister India Session Ale are now on sale for $6.99 per 6pk! (Regularly $8.49 each)

everylagerEverybody’s Brewing is a small local brewpub that focuses on flavorful session beers. By session, they mean a low-alcohol beer designed to be enjoyed consecutively, typically with food. The history of the “session” brew is a bit murky, but many agree the term dates back to Britain in the early 1900s, when low alcohol beers (3-4% alcohol) were the mainstay of the active pub-going lifestyle. Lower alcohol session brews were designed to be conducive to day-long sipping. Today, session beers are often 5% alcohol by volume and are highly flavorful, typically showing a balance of hops and malts to create a supremely drinkable, food-friendly beer. Session brews can be great additions to outdoor events, celebrations, sports and music festivals, and more.

Everybody’s Brewing is based in the small town of White Salmon, WA. Brew travelers heading south may want to pay a visit. Everybody’s Brewing is located in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge and features a small brewpub with locally sourced ingredients and outdoor seating with a stunning view of Mt. Hood.

Local Logger Lager 4.8% alcohol by volume / 26 IBUs. As its name asserts, this locally made lager is brewed for mass appeal. Enjoy its lightly hopped, cool, crisp refreshing flavor with burgers, nachos, or just a side of sunshine. Unfiltered and spiced with delicate Saaz and Golding hops, commonly found in European lagers, Local Logger Lager is crisp and refreshing and brewed for the masses! Pair it with: burgers, sweet potato fries, Greek-style green salads, and macaroni-n-cheese.

Little Sister ISA (India Session Ale) 4.5%, 60 IBUs. This little missy has got a lot of hoppy sass. Brewed with lighter malts, Little Sister has an herbal, flowery aroma with a bitter bite of citrus and tart hop fruit. Refreshing and crisp, pair it with: hot and spicy foods, such as Thai curries, BBQ wings, and Co-op Deli Green Chile-spiced hummus.

By: Claire

ClaireClaire Harlock Garber loves to eat and drink and write about it. She has worked in the food industry for nearly a decade and was on staff at the Skagit Valley Co-op from 2010-2018, writing the regular columns Skagit Brew Corner, The Cheese Whisperer, The Bounty of Bulk, and What's Dippin' in the Well for the Co-op's blog, as well as articles for the Natural Enquirer newsletter.