New beer releases and other news from Beardslee Public House

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Beardslee Public House, Chef John Howie’s brewpub in Bothell, just announced some upcoming beer releases. You event got a shot at naming an upcoming beer. Submit your suggestions at the pub. Winner gets the honor of naming the beer and also a $50 gift card. Here are all the details about the upcoming beers and the contest.

Help Beardslee Public House Name Its New Beer!

Beardslee Public House has brewed its first ever Pilsner, and we are asking for help to name it. From now until Sunday, January 14th, guests can submit suggested names by filling out an entry form at BPH.  The winning entry will be chosen and announced on Tuesday, January 16th, and the beer will be released in late January.  The winner will be awarded a $50 BPH gift card, a glass growler and a half price growler punch card good for 21 employee priced growler fills of any BPH brew.


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New Beer Releases

(1)    Bad Axe IPA, Beardslee Public House


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Bad Axe IPA uses predominantly simcoe and Amarillo hops. It is further dry hopped with Denali and Amarillo hops to make this bright, crisp IPA burst with tropical and citrus notes.  IBU: 72,  ABV: 7.1%

(2)    Citra Pale Ale, Beardslee Public House

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Hoppy, citrus and tropical fruit aromas greet you on the nose with this pale and fruity Northwest-style Pale Ale. This recipe features Citra hops in abundance, and is sure to please Pale Ale and IPA lovers.  IBU: 45;  ABV: 5.9%

(3)    Widow Maker Wit, Beardslee Public House

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A light, crisp and refreshing Belgian style Wit. Flavored with orange peel and coriander. This wheat ale is a 400 year old beer style that died out in the 1950s; it was later revived by Pierre Celis at Hoegaarden and has grown steadily in popularity over time. Wit means “white,” a name that describes the beer’s pale color and cloudy appearance. “Widow Maker” is a logging term  meaning a loose limb that may fall on a logger and make that logger’s spouse a widow.  IBU: 28, ABV: 5.75%

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