No-Li Brewhouse Will Expand Into Colorado With New Brew

SPOKANE, WA. – No-Li Brewhouse is going East and as it prepares for a big market expansion to Colorado and the East Coast, it’s launching the first of its Inland Imperial Series: Jet Star Imperial IPA in 22-ounce bottles.

“Jet Star Imperial is a double dose of hops, packing 90 IBUs and 8.1 percent alcohol by volume,” said Mark Irvin, No-Li brew master and co-founder. “Jet Star’s omnipotent hop profile salutes every American home town roller coaster: it shatters your senses and leaves an ever-lasting impression.”

No-Li is jetting out to Colorado in mid-September with their complete line up of 22 ounce bombers: Silent Treatment Pale, Born & Raised IPA, Crystal Bitter and the new Jet Star Imperial IPA. Soon they will add select and limited accounts in Washington, D.C., and Baltimore. This iconic brewery is breaking sound barriers in brewing from a developing hub of craft beerSpokane.

Washington, D.C., Baltimore and Colorado are natural extensions of No-Li’s Born & Raised heritage rooted in the Nation’s Capital, the ramparts of Baltimore and the wild west of Colorado. “All of these markets have cultural ties to the spirit of No-Li and Spokane,” said John Bryant, No-Li co-founder.

About No-Li Brewhouse

What was formerly known as the Northern Lights Brewing Company was renamed No-Li Brewhouse last April. Co-founder and master brewer, Mark Irvin, and craft beer industry veteran, Bryant, both with deep roots in Spokane, are the force behind the company.

No-Li produces 22-ounce bottles as well as draft brands in four styles: Silent Treatment Pale, Born & Raised IPA, Crystal Bitter and Jet Star Imperial IPA. For more information, visit