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Bale Breaker Brewing Company Releases Brewshed IPA in Support of Washington Wild’s Brewshed Alliance

Posted on Oct 14, 2020 in Brewshed, Conservation News, WA Wild Blog
Brewshed IPA Can with mouintain and forest drawing

Photo courtesy of Bale Breaker Brewing Company

Bale Breaker Brewing Company’s beloved Brewshed IPA returns this week! You can find the limited 2nd annual release at their taproom in Yakima starting tomorrow and on shelves in PCC Markets by the end of next week. 

Bale Breaker joined the Brewshed Alliance in 2018. Their commitment to sustainability is a perfect fit for the Alliance. The Brewshed IPA is made with Salmon-Safe® ingredients and brewed with locally grown and malted barley and wheat.  

The Salmon-Safe® seal means the farming practices used are certified and recognized for their efforts to protect water quality, maintain watershed health, and restore habitat.  

It’s a perfect example of the Brewshed Connection — how protecting wild waters produces superior downstream beer. 

Even better, the Brewshed IPA will benefit all the work of Washington Wild’s Brewshed Alliance, meaning you can drink confidently knowing every sip is giving back. 

Bale Breaker was recently honored at our Wild Night In event with the Brewshed Alliance award for their outstanding support and dedication to our shared mission of protecting wildlands and waters. 

At 6.6% ABV | 40 IBU, thBrewshed IPA was an instant hit last year and won’t last long on shelves. Add it to your grocery list and pick up a pack soon!