Portland, OR – Laurelwood Brewing Co. has announced the release of its spring seasonal, Green Elephant IPA, in six-pack bottles which marks the beer’s debut in this packaging. Green Elephant will join the Portland brewery’s current collection of well-known six-packs on the shelves – Workhorse IPA, Free Range Red, and in cans, Red Elephant India Red Ale (IRA).
“Green Elephant IPA has remained a favorite since it hit the scene in 2003, so six-packs was a natural next step,” says James Buxman, Marketing Director for Laurelwood Brewing Co.
Green Elephant boasts big pine, floral, and citrus hop flavors, while remaining a wonderfully drinkable IPA. It was previously bottled in 22 ounce bombers, with this release being Laurelwood Brewing Co.’s second seasonal six-pack; the first, Vinter Varmer Brown Ale, ran from November 2015 to last month.
On future seasonal six-pack releases, Buxman says, “We have some exciting releases planned this year and Laurelwood fans can expect to grab more of our beers by the sixes.”
Craft beer lovers can find Laurelwood Brewing Co.’s Green Elephant IPA where better beer in sold throughout Oregon and Washington, now through June 2016.
About Laurelwood Brewing Co.
Laurelwood is a family owned brewery that creates some of the most recognized regional craft beers. Owners, Mike De Kalb and Cathy Woo-De Kalb first began producing certified organic beer in 2001. Laurelwood’s product line is known for its dedication to quality and innovation, with numerous beers holding national and international awards. Laurelwood’s handcrafted brews can be found on draft, in bottles, and cans throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Alaska, Pennsylvania, British Columbia, and Japan. To learn more, visit www.LaurelwoodBrewpub.com.