Sound to Summit Brewing Presents the 7 Summits Imperial IPA event

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Consider this a prelude to the upcoming Washington Hop Mob. The folks at Sound to Summit Brewing understand that a lot of you really, really love really big IPAs. That’s the point of this weekend’s 7 Summits Imperial IPA event. The brewery invited some of its fellow brewers to provide big, bold, assertive IPAs for the event, which kicks off on Thursday at the brewery and taproom in Snohomish.

“This weekend we are releasing our annual Triple IPA, Everest, and have invited six breweries to showcase some of the biggest IPAs the state has to offer with our annual 7 Summits Imperial IPA event.”

Starting on Thursday, January 18th, Sound to Summit Brewing will offer taster flights of the beers listed below. They’ll do so all weekend long or until they run out of beer.  

  • Stemma, It’s Another Double Juicy IPA, 8.5% / 70 IBU
  • Postdoc, Hogus Maximus, 10.5% / 100 IBU
  • Georgetown, Lovely Reida, 10% / 100 IBU
  • Sig Brewing, Spruce Luups DIPA, 8.2% / NA IBU
  • Grains of Wrath, $10 Exorcism, 9% / 90 IBU
  • Old Schoolhouse, Ruud Awakening, 8.0% / 75 IBU
  • Sound2Summit, Everest, 11.7% / 100 IBU

The Taster tray of all 7 Beers is just $16 (Mug Club members, $14). Learn more about the event and Sound to Summit Brewing on Facebook. The event takes place at Sound to Summit Brewing’s location in Snohomish: 1830 Bickford Ave, Ste 111, Snohomish, WA 98290.


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