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Kona Brewing, based in Hawaii but one successful part of Portland based Craft Brew Alliance, is bringing their "Hawaiian-style" IPA - Castaway, to the rest of the U.S. These days everyone is all about branding their beers within their own regional style, for instance this is the first I have ever heard of a "Hawaiian-style" and it reminds me a bit of No-Li Brewhouses "Spokane-style" beers. That's neither here nor there when it comes to the beer which as far as I can tell posesses no distinct Hawaiian quality but does have an awesome collection of delicious fruity, citrusy and tropical hops that intrigues me.
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Fort George, Boneyard, Block 15 3-Way IPA

Astoria, Oregon’s Fort George Brewery has gathered together some of Oregon beer geeks most favorite breweries together for the 2nd edition of the 3-Way IPA collaboration – Boneyard Brewing and Block 15 Brewing. This summer, 3-Way IPA is back, combining the best of these three breweries into one IPA. The beer is available now but a rock star release tour of events is just about to begin.

This year’s collaboration began several months ago when Nick Arzner (Block 15 – Lead Vocals) and Tony Lawrence (Boneyard – Lead Guitar) traveled out to Astoria to visit with Fort George. Following a tour of the waterfront, and a few balsa wood airplanes tossed from the Astoria Column, everyone sat down to sample IPAs and hash out the recipe.

“We like to work with breweries that we think are doing amazing things,” says Fort George co-owner Chris Nemlowill (Rythym Guitar – Flying V). “Boneyard and Block 15 are making some of the best IPAs in the Northwest. These collaborations give all of us a chance to learn from one another, and to keep improving our beers and brewing techniques.”

Organic 2-row barley (Fort George still couldn’t get 3-row) gives 3-Way IPA a solid, crisp profile and clean, straw-colored hue. Showcasing a trifecta of hops with Mosaic, Citra, and Chinook, this beer packs a huge citrus punch, with earthy hop undertones. With a respectable ABV of 7.2% and IBU’s at – well, you’ll just have to taste for yourself and decide.

The 3-Way IPA Tour starts now, with stops featuring a full tap list of Fort George, Boneyard, and Block 15 IPAs in cities all over the Northwest, including:

June 4th – Longview, WA – Porky’s – 5pm – 8pm

June 12th – Eugene, OR – Tap & Growler – 5pm – 9pm

June 12th – Vancouver, WA – By The Bottle – 6pm – 9pm

June 13th – Portland, OR – Horse Brass Pub – 5pm – 9pm

June 13th – Seattle, WA – Noble Fir – 6pm – 9pm

June 14th – Seattle, WA – Pine Box (Tricycle Races!) 4pm – 7pm

June 17th – Boise, ID – Bittercreek Alehouse – 4pm – 9pm

June 18th – Tacoma, WA – Parkway Tavern – 4pm – Close

June 20th – Corvallis, OR – Les Caves Bier & Kitchen – 4pm – 7-pm

June 21st – Bend, OR – Broken Top Bottle Shop – 5pm – 8pm

June 21st – Spokane, WA – Lantern Tap House – 4pm – Close

Look for Fort George 3-Way IPA in 16-oz four-packs and draft throughout Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. This summer seasonal is a limited run available from June to September 2014. To find 3-Way IPA at a retailer near you go to www.fortgeorgebrewery.com/3-Way/ and click “Find it.”


Fort George, Boneyard, Block 15 3-Way IPA

Astoria, Oregon’s Fort George Brewery has gathered together some of Oregon beer geeks most favorite breweries together for the 2nd edition of the 3-Way IPA collaboration – Boneyard Brewing and Block 15 Brewing. This summer, 3-Way IPA is back, combining the best of these three breweries into one IPA. The beer is available now but a rock star release tour of events is just about to begin.

This year’s collaboration began several months ago when Nick Arzner (Block 15 – Lead Vocals) and Tony Lawrence (Boneyard – Lead Guitar) traveled out to Astoria to visit with Fort George. Following a tour of the waterfront, and a few balsa wood airplanes tossed from the Astoria Column, everyone sat down to sample IPAs and hash out the recipe.

“We like to work with breweries that we think are doing amazing things,” says Fort George co-owner Chris Nemlowill (Rythym Guitar – Flying V). “Boneyard and Block 15 are making some of the best IPAs in the Northwest. These collaborations give all of us a chance to learn from one another, and to keep improving our beers and brewing techniques.”

Organic 2-row barley (Fort George still couldn’t get 3-row) gives 3-Way IPA a solid, crisp profile and clean, straw-colored hue. Showcasing a trifecta of hops with Mosaic, Citra, and Chinook, this beer packs a huge citrus punch, with earthy hop undertones. With a respectable ABV of 7.2% and IBU’s at – well, you’ll just have to taste for yourself and decide.

The 3-Way IPA Tour starts now, with stops featuring a full tap list of Fort George, Boneyard, and Block 15 IPAs in cities all over the Northwest, including:

June 4th – Longview, WA – Porky’s – 5pm – 8pm

June 12th – Eugene, OR – Tap & Growler – 5pm – 9pm

June 12th – Vancouver, WA – By The Bottle – 6pm – 9pm

June 13th – Portland, OR – Horse Brass Pub – 5pm – 9pm

June 13th – Seattle, WA – Noble Fir – 6pm – 9pm

June 14th – Seattle, WA – Pine Box (Tricycle Races!) 4pm – 7pm

June 17th – Boise, ID – Bittercreek Alehouse – 4pm – 9pm

June 18th – Tacoma, WA – Parkway Tavern – 4pm – Close

June 20th – Corvallis, OR – Les Caves Bier & Kitchen – 4pm – 7-pm

June 21st – Bend, OR – Broken Top Bottle Shop – 5pm – 8pm

June 21st – Spokane, WA – Lantern Tap House – 4pm – Close

Look for Fort George 3-Way IPA in 16-oz four-packs and draft throughout Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. This summer seasonal is a limited run available from June to September 2014. To find 3-Way IPA at a retailer near you go to www.fortgeorgebrewery.com/3-Way/ and click “Find it.”


Fort George, Boneyard, Block 15 3-Way IPA

Astoria, Oregon’s Fort George Brewery has gathered together some of Oregon beer geeks most favorite breweries together for the 2nd edition of the 3-Way IPA collaboration – Boneyard Brewing and Block 15 Brewing. This summer, 3-Way IPA is back, combining the best of these three breweries into one IPA. The beer is available now but a rock star release tour of events is just about to begin.

This year’s collaboration began several months ago when Nick Arzner (Block 15 – Lead Vocals) and Tony Lawrence (Boneyard – Lead Guitar) traveled out to Astoria to visit with Fort George. Following a tour of the waterfront, and a few balsa wood airplanes tossed from the Astoria Column, everyone sat down to sample IPAs and hash out the recipe.

“We like to work with breweries that we think are doing amazing things,” says Fort George co-owner Chris Nemlowill (Rythym Guitar – Flying V). “Boneyard and Block 15 are making some of the best IPAs in the Northwest. These collaborations give all of us a chance to learn from one another, and to keep improving our beers and brewing techniques.”

Organic 2-row barley (Fort George still couldn’t get 3-row) gives 3-Way IPA a solid, crisp profile and clean, straw-colored hue. Showcasing a trifecta of hops with Mosaic, Citra, and Chinook, this beer packs a huge citrus punch, with earthy hop undertones. With a respectable ABV of 7.2% and IBU’s at – well, you’ll just have to taste for yourself and decide.

The 3-Way IPA Tour starts now, with stops featuring a full tap list of Fort George, Boneyard, and Block 15 IPAs in cities all over the Northwest, including:

June 4th – Longview, WA – Porky’s – 5pm – 8pm

June 12th – Eugene, OR – Tap & Growler – 5pm – 9pm

June 12th – Vancouver, WA – By The Bottle – 6pm – 9pm

June 13th – Portland, OR – Horse Brass Pub – 5pm – 9pm

June 13th – Seattle, WA – Noble Fir – 6pm – 9pm

June 14th – Seattle, WA – Pine Box (Tricycle Races!) 4pm – 7pm

June 17th – Boise, ID – Bittercreek Alehouse – 4pm – 9pm

June 18th – Tacoma, WA – Parkway Tavern – 4pm – Close

June 20th – Corvallis, OR – Les Caves Bier & Kitchen – 4pm – 7-pm

June 21st – Bend, OR – Broken Top Bottle Shop – 5pm – 8pm

June 21st – Spokane, WA – Lantern Tap House – 4pm – Close

Look for Fort George 3-Way IPA in 16-oz four-packs and draft throughout Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. This summer seasonal is a limited run available from June to September 2014. To find 3-Way IPA at a retailer near you go to www.fortgeorgebrewery.com/3-Way/ and click “Find it.”


Fort George, Boneyard, Block 15 3-Way IPA

Astoria, Oregon’s Fort George Brewery has gathered together some of Oregon beer geeks most favorite breweries together for the 2nd edition of the 3-Way IPA collaboration – Boneyard Brewing and Block 15 Brewing. This summer, 3-Way IPA is back, combining the best of these three breweries into one IPA. The beer is available now but a rock star release tour of events is just about to begin.

This year’s collaboration began several months ago when Nick Arzner (Block 15 – Lead Vocals) and Tony Lawrence (Boneyard – Lead Guitar) traveled out to Astoria to visit with Fort George. Following a tour of the waterfront, and a few balsa wood airplanes tossed from the Astoria Column, everyone sat down to sample IPAs and hash out the recipe.

“We like to work with breweries that we think are doing amazing things,” says Fort George co-owner Chris Nemlowill (Rythym Guitar – Flying V). “Boneyard and Block 15 are making some of the best IPAs in the Northwest. These collaborations give all of us a chance to learn from one another, and to keep improving our beers and brewing techniques.”

Organic 2-row barley (Fort George still couldn’t get 3-row) gives 3-Way IPA a solid, crisp profile and clean, straw-colored hue. Showcasing a trifecta of hops with Mosaic, Citra, and Chinook, this beer packs a huge citrus punch, with earthy hop undertones. With a respectable ABV of 7.2% and IBU’s at – well, you’ll just have to taste for yourself and decide.

The 3-Way IPA Tour starts now, with stops featuring a full tap list of Fort George, Boneyard, and Block 15 IPAs in cities all over the Northwest, including:

June 4th – Longview, WA – Porky’s – 5pm – 8pm

June 12th – Eugene, OR – Tap & Growler – 5pm – 9pm

June 12th – Vancouver, WA – By The Bottle – 6pm – 9pm

June 13th – Portland, OR – Horse Brass Pub – 5pm – 9pm

June 13th – Seattle, WA – Noble Fir – 6pm – 9pm

June 14th – Seattle, WA – Pine Box (Tricycle Races!) 4pm – 7pm

June 17th – Boise, ID – Bittercreek Alehouse – 4pm – 9pm

June 18th – Tacoma, WA – Parkway Tavern – 4pm – Close

June 20th – Corvallis, OR – Les Caves Bier & Kitchen – 4pm – 7-pm

June 21st – Bend, OR – Broken Top Bottle Shop – 5pm – 8pm

June 21st – Spokane, WA – Lantern Tap House – 4pm – Close

Look for Fort George 3-Way IPA in 16-oz four-packs and draft throughout Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. This summer seasonal is a limited run available from June to September 2014. To find 3-Way IPA at a retailer near you go to www.fortgeorgebrewery.com/3-Way/ and click “Find it.”


Fort George, Boneyard, Block 15 3-Way IPA

Astoria, Oregon’s Fort George Brewery has gathered together some of Oregon beer geeks most favorite breweries together for the 2nd edition of the 3-Way IPA collaboration – Boneyard Brewing and Block 15 Brewing. This summer, 3-Way IPA is back, combining the best of these three breweries into one IPA. The beer is available now but a rock star release tour of events is just about to begin.

This year’s collaboration began several months ago when Nick Arzner (Block 15 – Lead Vocals) and Tony Lawrence (Boneyard – Lead Guitar) traveled out to Astoria to visit with Fort George. Following a tour of the waterfront, and a few balsa wood airplanes tossed from the Astoria Column, everyone sat down to sample IPAs and hash out the recipe.

“We like to work with breweries that we think are doing amazing things,” says Fort George co-owner Chris Nemlowill (Rythym Guitar – Flying V). “Boneyard and Block 15 are making some of the best IPAs in the Northwest. These collaborations give all of us a chance to learn from one another, and to keep improving our beers and brewing techniques.”

Organic 2-row barley (Fort George still couldn’t get 3-row) gives 3-Way IPA a solid, crisp profile and clean, straw-colored hue. Showcasing a trifecta of hops with Mosaic, Citra, and Chinook, this beer packs a huge citrus punch, with earthy hop undertones. With a respectable ABV of 7.2% and IBU’s at – well, you’ll just have to taste for yourself and decide.

The 3-Way IPA Tour starts now, with stops featuring a full tap list of Fort George, Boneyard, and Block 15 IPAs in cities all over the Northwest, including:

June 4th – Longview, WA – Porky’s – 5pm – 8pm

June 12th – Eugene, OR – Tap & Growler – 5pm – 9pm

June 12th – Vancouver, WA – By The Bottle – 6pm – 9pm

June 13th – Portland, OR – Horse Brass Pub – 5pm – 9pm

June 13th – Seattle, WA – Noble Fir – 6pm – 9pm

June 14th – Seattle, WA – Pine Box (Tricycle Races!) 4pm – 7pm

June 17th – Boise, ID – Bittercreek Alehouse – 4pm – 9pm

June 18th – Tacoma, WA – Parkway Tavern – 4pm – Close

June 20th – Corvallis, OR – Les Caves Bier & Kitchen – 4pm – 7-pm

June 21st – Bend, OR – Broken Top Bottle Shop – 5pm – 8pm

June 21st – Spokane, WA – Lantern Tap House – 4pm – Close

Look for Fort George 3-Way IPA in 16-oz four-packs and draft throughout Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. This summer seasonal is a limited run available from June to September 2014. To find 3-Way IPA at a retailer near you go to www.fortgeorgebrewery.com/3-Way/ and click “Find it.”


Fort George, Boneyard, Block 15 3-Way IPA

Astoria, Oregon’s Fort George Brewery has gathered together some of Oregon beer geeks most favorite breweries together for the 2nd edition of the 3-Way IPA collaboration – Boneyard Brewing and Block 15 Brewing. This summer, 3-Way IPA is back, combining the best of these three breweries into one IPA. The beer is available now but a rock star release tour of events is just about to begin.

This year’s collaboration began several months ago when Nick Arzner (Block 15 – Lead Vocals) and Tony Lawrence (Boneyard – Lead Guitar) traveled out to Astoria to visit with Fort George. Following a tour of the waterfront, and a few balsa wood airplanes tossed from the Astoria Column, everyone sat down to sample IPAs and hash out the recipe.

“We like to work with breweries that we think are doing amazing things,” says Fort George co-owner Chris Nemlowill (Rythym Guitar – Flying V). “Boneyard and Block 15 are making some of the best IPAs in the Northwest. These collaborations give all of us a chance to learn from one another, and to keep improving our beers and brewing techniques.”

Organic 2-row barley (Fort George still couldn’t get 3-row) gives 3-Way IPA a solid, crisp profile and clean, straw-colored hue. Showcasing a trifecta of hops with Mosaic, Citra, and Chinook, this beer packs a huge citrus punch, with earthy hop undertones. With a respectable ABV of 7.2% and IBU’s at – well, you’ll just have to taste for yourself and decide.

The 3-Way IPA Tour starts now, with stops featuring a full tap list of Fort George, Boneyard, and Block 15 IPAs in cities all over the Northwest, including:

June 4th – Longview, WA – Porky’s – 5pm – 8pm

June 12th – Eugene, OR – Tap & Growler – 5pm – 9pm

June 12th – Vancouver, WA – By The Bottle – 6pm – 9pm

June 13th – Portland, OR – Horse Brass Pub – 5pm – 9pm

June 13th – Seattle, WA – Noble Fir – 6pm – 9pm

June 14th – Seattle, WA – Pine Box (Tricycle Races!) 4pm – 7pm

June 17th – Boise, ID – Bittercreek Alehouse – 4pm – 9pm

June 18th – Tacoma, WA – Parkway Tavern – 4pm – Close

June 20th – Corvallis, OR – Les Caves Bier & Kitchen – 4pm – 7-pm

June 21st – Bend, OR – Broken Top Bottle Shop – 5pm – 8pm

June 21st – Spokane, WA – Lantern Tap House – 4pm – Close

Look for Fort George 3-Way IPA in 16-oz four-packs and draft throughout Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. This summer seasonal is a limited run available from June to September 2014. To find 3-Way IPA at a retailer near you go to www.fortgeorgebrewery.com/3-Way/ and click “Find it.”


Fort George, Boneyard, Block 15 3-Way IPA

Astoria, Oregon’s Fort George Brewery has gathered together some of Oregon beer geeks most favorite breweries together for the 2nd edition of the 3-Way IPA collaboration – Boneyard Brewing and Block 15 Brewing. This summer, 3-Way IPA is back, combining the best of these three breweries into one IPA. The beer is available now but a rock star release tour of events is just about to begin.

This year’s collaboration began several months ago when Nick Arzner (Block 15 – Lead Vocals) and Tony Lawrence (Boneyard – Lead Guitar) traveled out to Astoria to visit with Fort George. Following a tour of the waterfront, and a few balsa wood airplanes tossed from the Astoria Column, everyone sat down to sample IPAs and hash out the recipe.

“We like to work with breweries that we think are doing amazing things,” says Fort George co-owner Chris Nemlowill (Rythym Guitar – Flying V). “Boneyard and Block 15 are making some of the best IPAs in the Northwest. These collaborations give all of us a chance to learn from one another, and to keep improving our beers and brewing techniques.”

Organic 2-row barley (Fort George still couldn’t get 3-row) gives 3-Way IPA a solid, crisp profile and clean, straw-colored hue. Showcasing a trifecta of hops with Mosaic, Citra, and Chinook, this beer packs a huge citrus punch, with earthy hop undertones. With a respectable ABV of 7.2% and IBU’s at – well, you’ll just have to taste for yourself and decide.

The 3-Way IPA Tour starts now, with stops featuring a full tap list of Fort George, Boneyard, and Block 15 IPAs in cities all over the Northwest, including:

June 4th – Longview, WA – Porky’s – 5pm – 8pm

June 12th – Eugene, OR – Tap & Growler – 5pm – 9pm

June 12th – Vancouver, WA – By The Bottle – 6pm – 9pm

June 13th – Portland, OR – Horse Brass Pub – 5pm – 9pm

June 13th – Seattle, WA – Noble Fir – 6pm – 9pm

June 14th – Seattle, WA – Pine Box (Tricycle Races!) 4pm – 7pm

June 17th – Boise, ID – Bittercreek Alehouse – 4pm – 9pm

June 18th – Tacoma, WA – Parkway Tavern – 4pm – Close

June 20th – Corvallis, OR – Les Caves Bier & Kitchen – 4pm – 7-pm

June 21st – Bend, OR – Broken Top Bottle Shop – 5pm – 8pm

June 21st – Spokane, WA – Lantern Tap House – 4pm – Close

Look for Fort George 3-Way IPA in 16-oz four-packs and draft throughout Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. This summer seasonal is a limited run available from June to September 2014. To find 3-Way IPA at a retailer near you go to www.fortgeorgebrewery.com/3-Way/ and click “Find it.”


Fort George, Boneyard, Block 15 3-Way IPA

Astoria, Oregon’s Fort George Brewery has gathered together some of Oregon beer geeks most favorite breweries together for the 2nd edition of the 3-Way IPA collaboration – Boneyard Brewing and Block 15 Brewing. This summer, 3-Way IPA is back, combining the best of these three breweries into one IPA. The beer is available now but a rock star release tour of events is just about to begin.

This year’s collaboration began several months ago when Nick Arzner (Block 15 – Lead Vocals) and Tony Lawrence (Boneyard – Lead Guitar) traveled out to Astoria to visit with Fort George. Following a tour of the waterfront, and a few balsa wood airplanes tossed from the Astoria Column, everyone sat down to sample IPAs and hash out the recipe.

“We like to work with breweries that we think are doing amazing things,” says Fort George co-owner Chris Nemlowill (Rythym Guitar – Flying V). “Boneyard and Block 15 are making some of the best IPAs in the Northwest. These collaborations give all of us a chance to learn from one another, and to keep improving our beers and brewing techniques.”

Organic 2-row barley (Fort George still couldn’t get 3-row) gives 3-Way IPA a solid, crisp profile and clean, straw-colored hue. Showcasing a trifecta of hops with Mosaic, Citra, and Chinook, this beer packs a huge citrus punch, with earthy hop undertones. With a respectable ABV of 7.2% and IBU’s at – well, you’ll just have to taste for yourself and decide.

The 3-Way IPA Tour starts now, with stops featuring a full tap list of Fort George, Boneyard, and Block 15 IPAs in cities all over the Northwest, including:

June 4th – Longview, WA – Porky’s – 5pm – 8pm

June 12th – Eugene, OR – Tap & Growler – 5pm – 9pm

June 12th – Vancouver, WA – By The Bottle – 6pm – 9pm

June 13th – Portland, OR – Horse Brass Pub – 5pm – 9pm

June 13th – Seattle, WA – Noble Fir – 6pm – 9pm

June 14th – Seattle, WA – Pine Box (Tricycle Races!) 4pm – 7pm

June 17th – Boise, ID – Bittercreek Alehouse – 4pm – 9pm

June 18th – Tacoma, WA – Parkway Tavern – 4pm – Close

June 20th – Corvallis, OR – Les Caves Bier & Kitchen – 4pm – 7-pm

June 21st – Bend, OR – Broken Top Bottle Shop – 5pm – 8pm

June 21st – Spokane, WA – Lantern Tap House – 4pm – Close

Look for Fort George 3-Way IPA in 16-oz four-packs and draft throughout Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. This summer seasonal is a limited run available from June to September 2014. To find 3-Way IPA at a retailer near you go to www.fortgeorgebrewery.com/3-Way/ and click “Find it.”


Fort George, Boneyard, Block 15 3-Way IPA

Astoria, Oregon’s Fort George Brewery has gathered together some of Oregon beer geeks most favorite breweries together for the 2nd edition of the 3-Way IPA collaboration – Boneyard Brewing and Block 15 Brewing. This summer, 3-Way IPA is back, combining the best of these three breweries into one IPA. The beer is available now but a rock star release tour of events is just about to begin.

This year’s collaboration began several months ago when Nick Arzner (Block 15 – Lead Vocals) and Tony Lawrence (Boneyard – Lead Guitar) traveled out to Astoria to visit with Fort George. Following a tour of the waterfront, and a few balsa wood airplanes tossed from the Astoria Column, everyone sat down to sample IPAs and hash out the recipe.

“We like to work with breweries that we think are doing amazing things,” says Fort George co-owner Chris Nemlowill (Rythym Guitar – Flying V). “Boneyard and Block 15 are making some of the best IPAs in the Northwest. These collaborations give all of us a chance to learn from one another, and to keep improving our beers and brewing techniques.”

Organic 2-row barley (Fort George still couldn’t get 3-row) gives 3-Way IPA a solid, crisp profile and clean, straw-colored hue. Showcasing a trifecta of hops with Mosaic, Citra, and Chinook, this beer packs a huge citrus punch, with earthy hop undertones. With a respectable ABV of 7.2% and IBU’s at – well, you’ll just have to taste for yourself and decide.

The 3-Way IPA Tour starts now, with stops featuring a full tap list of Fort George, Boneyard, and Block 15 IPAs in cities all over the Northwest, including:

June 4th – Longview, WA – Porky’s – 5pm – 8pm

June 12th – Eugene, OR – Tap & Growler – 5pm – 9pm

June 12th – Vancouver, WA – By The Bottle – 6pm – 9pm

June 13th – Portland, OR – Horse Brass Pub – 5pm – 9pm

June 13th – Seattle, WA – Noble Fir – 6pm – 9pm

June 14th – Seattle, WA – Pine Box (Tricycle Races!) 4pm – 7pm

June 17th – Boise, ID – Bittercreek Alehouse – 4pm – 9pm

June 18th – Tacoma, WA – Parkway Tavern – 4pm – Close

June 20th – Corvallis, OR – Les Caves Bier & Kitchen – 4pm – 7-pm

June 21st – Bend, OR – Broken Top Bottle Shop – 5pm – 8pm

June 21st – Spokane, WA – Lantern Tap House – 4pm – Close

Look for Fort George 3-Way IPA in 16-oz four-packs and draft throughout Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. This summer seasonal is a limited run available from June to September 2014. To find 3-Way IPA at a retailer near you go to www.fortgeorgebrewery.com/3-Way/ and click “Find it.”


Fort George, Boneyard, Block 15 3-Way IPA

Astoria, Oregon’s Fort George Brewery has gathered together some of Oregon beer geeks most favorite breweries together for the 2nd edition of the 3-Way IPA collaboration – Boneyard Brewing and Block 15 Brewing. This summer, 3-Way IPA is back, combining the best of these three breweries into one IPA. The beer is available now but a rock star release tour of events is just about to begin.

This year’s collaboration began several months ago when Nick Arzner (Block 15 – Lead Vocals) and Tony Lawrence (Boneyard – Lead Guitar) traveled out to Astoria to visit with Fort George. Following a tour of the waterfront, and a few balsa wood airplanes tossed from the Astoria Column, everyone sat down to sample IPAs and hash out the recipe.

“We like to work with breweries that we think are doing amazing things,” says Fort George co-owner Chris Nemlowill (Rythym Guitar – Flying V). “Boneyard and Block 15 are making some of the best IPAs in the Northwest. These collaborations give all of us a chance to learn from one another, and to keep improving our beers and brewing techniques.”

Organic 2-row barley (Fort George still couldn’t get 3-row) gives 3-Way IPA a solid, crisp profile and clean, straw-colored hue. Showcasing a trifecta of hops with Mosaic, Citra, and Chinook, this beer packs a huge citrus punch, with earthy hop undertones. With a respectable ABV of 7.2% and IBU’s at – well, you’ll just have to taste for yourself and decide.

The 3-Way IPA Tour starts now, with stops featuring a full tap list of Fort George, Boneyard, and Block 15 IPAs in cities all over the Northwest, including:

June 4th – Longview, WA – Porky’s – 5pm – 8pm

June 12th – Eugene, OR – Tap & Growler – 5pm – 9pm

June 12th – Vancouver, WA – By The Bottle – 6pm – 9pm

June 13th – Portland, OR – Horse Brass Pub – 5pm – 9pm

June 13th – Seattle, WA – Noble Fir – 6pm – 9pm

June 14th – Seattle, WA – Pine Box (Tricycle Races!) 4pm – 7pm

June 17th – Boise, ID – Bittercreek Alehouse – 4pm – 9pm

June 18th – Tacoma, WA – Parkway Tavern – 4pm – Close

June 20th – Corvallis, OR – Les Caves Bier & Kitchen – 4pm – 7-pm

June 21st – Bend, OR – Broken Top Bottle Shop – 5pm – 8pm

June 21st – Spokane, WA – Lantern Tap House – 4pm – Close

Look for Fort George 3-Way IPA in 16-oz four-packs and draft throughout Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. This summer seasonal is a limited run available from June to September 2014. To find 3-Way IPA at a retailer near you go to www.fortgeorgebrewery.com/3-Way/ and click “Find it.”


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