A round up of what’s new-ishly on tap at your Tap Trail’s breweries. Grab your passport and go try all of these! Structures Brewing will be on the soon to be released 2016 spring/summer map!:


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Aslan Brewing


4.6% ABV // 42 IBU // 1.050 OG


This special release was brewed to show off a brand new hop variety, Azacca; named after the Haitian God of Agriculture and grown organically in Yakima Valley. It is advertised as a hop big in citrus and tropical fruit notes. The pairing of it with the biscuity type malts used in the mash make for a flavor reminiscent of sunbrewed strawberry and peach tea with a finish so clean and ballanced you might think its a lager.

HOPS: Azacca, Bravo
MALT: Carahell, Munich, Vienna


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Boundary Bay Brewery

During Washington Open House on 2/20, Boundary will release their newest batch of Imperial IPA. It’s their hoppiest beer. Ever. 22.5°P OG // 100+ IBU // 9.9% ABV






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Chuckanut Brewery

Smoked Bier – A blend of Rauch Marzen and Irish Dry Stout. A lighter smokiness then the full Rauch, plus a dry finish and dark color from the stout.




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Kulshan Brewing

Lumber and Lace Lager and the Brewer’s Select #1 Blonde Ale. It’s 4.9% ABV with 13 IBUs.



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Electric Wizard – A double IPA, double dry hopped with Centennial and Simcoe. 9.25%abv




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Wander Brewing

Sauraha Sour Blond – Brewed with American and European specialty malts, German noble hops, and our house Belgian ale yeast. Sauraha was subsequently conditioned in wine barrels for twelve months with a choice series of bacteria and yeast, including lactobacillus and brettanomyces.