Machine House Brewery releases two new beers… in cans!

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Few breweries are so singularly focused as Machine House Brewery. That focus is almost exclusively on English-style cask ales. They do it very, very well. But I said, “Almost exclusively.” The brewery just announced that it has released two beers in cans. Wait. What?

All you purists can relax: Machine House still produces plenty of cask-conditioned and bottle-conditioned beers. If you have yet to visit the brewery’s new-to-them location in Seattle’s Hillman City neighborhood, trust that plenty of cask-conditioned delights will await you when you do so.

“We’re releasing two new beers, and for the first time, they are in cans,” said Machine House Brewing. “Swing by our taproom to snag a single can, a convenient 4-pack, or go all-in with a case. And of course, don’t miss the chance to enjoy them on draft while you’re here.”

About the beers:


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English-Style IPA – 5.6%.
Available on draft and in cans.
“Our modern interpretation of an English-style IPA. Brewed with a nice malty base, and well-hopped with a combination of carefully selected hops from Britain, Europe, and USA.”

Special Bitter – 4.6%
Available on draft and in cans.
“English-style Special Bitter, brewed with classic and modern ingredients. Crystal Malts, Fuggles, and Goldings hops plus modern UK variety, Emporer. Open fermented with traditional Yorkshire Ale yeast.”


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“The beers are tasting great, and we hope you like them too. And don’t worry, while we are venturing into the aluminum world we also have plenty of cask and bottle-conditioned beer going, including fresh batches of Best Bitter and Dark Mild in bottle.”

For more news about recent beer releases, visit the Washington Beer Blog’s New Beer Releases page.

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