Skagit Brew Corner: Welcome Winter
You’ll find classics in our beer cold case, including: Sam Adams’ Winter Ale, Sierra Nevada’s Celebration Ale and Big Sky Brewing’s Powder Hound.
Be sure to check out our display of great value winter ale microbrews featuring:
Bi-Frost Ale from Elysian Brewing of Seattle, WA – this locally brewed seasonal favorite is a malty, medium weight American Strong Ale with a modest Northwest hop backbone. Named for the rainbow bridge that connects Earth to Asgard in Norse mythology. 7.5% ABV / 42 IBU
Sno-Cap Ale from Pyramid Brewing of Seattle, Berkeley and Portland – a classic style winter warmer, enjoy its bold roasted flavors cinnamon, raisin and a hint of espresso. 7% ABV / 47 IBU
Sleigh’r from Ninkasi Brewing of Eugene, OR – one of the darker, more sultry winter ales. Licorice, molasses, and a kick from heavily hopped malts. 7.2% ABV / 50 IBU
Jubelale from Deschutes Brewing of Bend, OR – an annual seasonal release, this year’s version has distinct notes of figs, spice all tucked in to a smooth caramel malt blanket. 6.7% ABV / 60 IBU
Accumulation White IPA from New Belgium Brewing, Fort Collins, CO – lively winter seasonal made in an unusual style, white IPA, which blends the qualities of fruity, yeasty Belgian ales with the bright, citrusy bite of hops. 6.2% ABV / 70 IBU