The team at Iron Horse Brewery has quite the sense of humor. In an industry where there are pretty much no regulations for what style you want to call your beer, you might as well have fun with it. You should read this blog post from Iron Horse, which follows their creative process for coming up with the name for this DPA. Or, is it a NWHFMBPA (Northwest Hop-Forward Malt-Balanced Pale Ale)? Either way, I’ll look forward to trying this.
ELLENSBURG, WA (August 15, 2013) Iron Horse Brewery has decided to announce the release of its newest creation; Decision Maker: a northwest hopforward, maltbalanced paleish ale. Strict style guidelines never drive the brewing process at Iron Horse Brewery, rather, recipes come from innovation with a focus on a creative and delicious final product.
Dryhopped with Mosaic hops, Decision Maker has an amazing aroma making this hoppy paleish ale very, very drinkable. Decision Maker will hit the shelves (22oz bottles) and tap lineups in early September and will remain through the end of October.
“I definitely feel like this is one of our finest creations thus far,” said General Manager Greg Parker, “but I am completely and unabashedly biased, so really you should have a Decision Maker and decide for yourself. It really is a beer that knows what you want.”
Official Kick Off ParTay
Iron Horse Brewery and The Beer Shoppe are hosting an official release party on September 6th, 2013 starting at 5:00pm at The Beer Shoppe in Yakima, WA. There will be swag, raffle items, and of course plenty of Decision Maker for consumers to sample.
About Iron Horse Brewery
Iron Horse Brewery, centrally located in Ellensburg, WA, has been producing hand crafted ales to the masses since 2007. The mission at IHB is to show people that craft beer is in good taste, not an acquired taste. Iron Horse is owned by fatherson team Greg and Gary Parker. With 24 employees and a recent expansion, enabling IHB to double its brewing capacity, they are on pace to produce over 11,000 barrels this year. To learn more about
the brewery or to simply take a break from Facebook, go to www.ironhorsebrewery.com; you’ll probably be sorry you did.