A few weeks ago I told you about All Together IPA, a project spearheaded by Other Half Brewing of New York. The project centers around something the brewery refers to as an “open source” beer. The brewery is willing to share the recipe, and even the associated artwork, with other breweries willing to participate in the project. The goal is to raise funds for programs benefiting hospitality industry workers impacted by the pandemic-related shutdowns.
Plenty of breweries around the globe took them up on the offer, including local breweries like Dreadnought Brewing of Monroe, Steam Donkey Brewing of Aberdeen, Hop Capital Brewing of Yakima, and others.
Four local breweries, located east of Lake Washington, recently teamed up to create their version of All Together IPA, which they’ll release at all four breweries on Friday, May 1st. This Eastside collaboration effort included Black Raven Brewing (Redmond/Woodinville), Chainline Brewing (Kirkland), Crucible Brewing (Everett/Woodinville), and Postdoc Brewing (Redmond). The beer is available in 16-ounce cans.
The breweries will donate a portion of the proceeds from the beer to The Plate Fund and various other hospitality-focused organizations.
The Eastside Collab version of All Together IPA is described as a juicy IPA that lies at the intersection of West Coast IPA and New England IPA. The hop profile includes Citra, Simcoe, Cascade, and Mosaic. Get it in 16-ounce cans at all four of the participating breweries starting on Friday, May 1st.