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Two Beers Brewing Releases New Year-Round Wonderland Trail IPA

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Image via Two Beers Brewing

Image via Two Beers Brewing

Two Beers Brewing is well-known for their love of the outdoors, look not only at their beer names (Day Hike, Trailhead ISA, Forester Double IPA) but also at their logo, plus their wildly successful #TwoBeersInTheWild campaign. So it came as no surprise to see them brew a beer and dedicate it to one of their favorite trails, Wonderland Trail.

Wonderland Trail IPA

Two Beers will be teaming up with National Parks Service and Washington’s National Park Fund and throwing a launch party on Thursday, November 19 starting at 3:00pm to commemorate the release of Wonderland Trail IPA, their new year-round offering. For every pint or six-pack sold of Wonderland Trail IPA, Two Beers Brewing will donate $1 towards Wonderland Trail maintenance. On top of the pint and six-pack donations, there will also be raffle tickets for sale for various items from MiiR, Therm-A-Rest, Washington Trails Association, Patagonia, Filson, Mountain to Sound Outfitters, Luna Sandals, KAVU Flagship, and more. Raffle tickets will be $5 each or $20 for 5 tickets. Beveridge Place Pub will also be hosting a Wonderland IPA Fundraising Party on Thursday, November 12 from 7:00-10:00pm. There will be raffle tickets for sale, prizes from Two Beers Brewing and Patagonia.

If you can’t wait until November to taste Wonderland Trail IPA then head down to the The Woods on Friday, October 30 for the release of the new beer into the wild.

Wonderland Trail IPA clocks in at 7.1% ABV, 84 IBUs. Per Two Beers, “Complemented by 2-Row, Vienna and Munich malts while featuring a seamless blend of Washington-grown Amarillo, Citra, Mosaic, and Cascace hops, you’ll notice a slightly sweet aroma of tangerine that is followed by a wave of citrus and passion fruit.”

Two Beers Brewing and its taproom The Woods are located at 4700 Ohio Avenue South, Seattle, WA.

Certified Cicerone®, Editor for New School Beer - Washington, she has been in the local beer industry for two years. Currently slinging beers at Stoup Brewing and is founder of the Seattle chapter of Girls Pint Out, member of Pink Boots Society, and contributor to Volume by Alcohol and Brewed For Thought.

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