Join Zeeks Pizza and Ferment Brewing for a release party in Seattle.
There’s no denying it, Zeeks is serious about beer as well as pizza. Over the years, Zeeks Pizza has collaborated with some of the Northwest’s best-loved breweries. Pike Brewing, Reuben’s Brews, Urban Family Brewing, Chuckanut Brewery, and Single Hill Brewing to name just a few. They’ve done it again. This time teaming up with Ferment Brewing of Hood River, Oregon. (Above – the Zeeks/Ferment collab team.)
“Zeeks Pizza in Washington and Ferment Brewing in Oregon have come together for a collaborative beer that pays homage to windsurfing in the Pacific Northwest,” said a press release introducing the project and the beer.
On Thursday, June 1, you are invited to Zeeks Pizza in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood to celebrate the release of The Reach Pilsner. (more details below.) Throughout June, The Reach Pilsner will make its way to 23 of Zeeks’ locations around Washington, where it will pair perfectly with Zeeks’ world-class pizza.
The Reach is a 4.6% ABV crispy golden pilsner showcasing a blend of American and German malts, a dry finish and slightly fruity hop notes from Hallertau Blanc and Hüll Melon hops.
The beer’s name, The Reach, was inspired by the windsurfing vernacular of Tom Vial, co-founder of Zeeks. The term describes the windsurfing journey across the Columbia River, starting from Washington and reaching over to the Oregon side.
Release Party Details
The event takes place at Zeeks Capitol Hill location on Thursday, June 1st from 4:30pm – 8:00pm. They’ll offer five Ferment beers on tap and the brew crew from Ferment will join the fun. Zeeks’ special event pie, Pike’s Place Pizza, will join the menu. Zeeks Pizza in Capitol Hill is located at 1830 E Mercer St. Seattle, WA, 98112.
About Zeeks Pizza – A Seattle-born and -based chain, Zeeks has over 20 locations across the state. Zeeks has been called a killer beer joint with a serious pizza problem. At least, that’s what the Washington Beer Blog calls Zeeks. Find out more about Zeeks Pizza here.
For more beer-related events around Washington, check out the Washington Beer Blog’s events page.