To celebrate Earth Month, Georgetown Brewing teamed up with Salmon-Safe to make an IPA using salmon-safe ingredients from Roy Farms, Inc. and Skagit Valley Malting: Ecotone IPA. The result is a bright, golden IPA bursting with flavors and aromas of strawberry candy, peach, and ripened orange. Last year, Ecotone was a Cold IPA, for those who might remember. This year’s Ecotone IPA is now on tap and in growlers to go at the Georgetown Brewing taproom in Seattle.
Salmon Safe’s mission is to support the transition of watershed-friendly land practices for growers, ranchers, and land stewards in order to protect watersheds and waterways for salmon and other wildlife.
Washington Wild’s mission is to protect and restore wild lands and waters in Washington State. Stewardship Partners creates people-based solutions that engage Puget Sound communities as caretakers of the land and water that sustain us.
Sustainable Seattle works to build a thriving future through initiatives that deliver environmental, economic, and community benefits, promote equity, and build resilience.
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